Double O Seven

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Date: Sun, 21 Feb 1999 23:49:36 -0800 (PST)
From: "\" Q80 Style \"" 
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: 007

I don't know if you got that one or not, we always play it hear in Oregon State U. It's called double O 7 (007).

it needs 4 players/drinkers, they sit in a circule. The person who starts is usually who owns the place, or who brought the beer, he/she starts saying O then points at somebody to continue, the person who got pointed at says O and points at another person (or same or himself/herself), then the person who got pointed at says 7 and points at someone, and that someone says BANG! and points.

Now the two poeple that didn't say BANG or got pointed at has to scream (usually on the left and right of the killer/banger and the point at). You could do all sort of stuff, you could point at you self and say O O then point and someone else and say 7 he/she has to say BANG and points, then the other 2 scream. hope you got the game, and that you don't have it.

Enjoy.
Shamlan Y. Al-Roomi

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