Reservoir Dogs

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Contributed by Curt Peterson

What you do is get a copy of the movie 'Reservoir Dogs' (just watching the movie is entertaining).

Now every time a the word "fuck" is used, you must drink. A recommendation would be to drink for every three or five. We have not found the perfect number — nor have we ever made it through the whole movie. It is used so many times that if you drank for every one you would probably kill yourself.

From: Jean Keighren 
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: Reservoir Dogs

Ok, so i know there's one there already but this is, I think, an improvement on it. Instead of drinking every time someone says "Fuck" what you do is this:

Each player picks on of the characters left at the end, pink etc (i can't remember off hand). Every time your chosen character swears or kills someone you take a drink. It's up to you what to classify as a swear word but, the way we play it is is more than easy to finish a bottle of wine within the first 15mins of the film if you chose Pink. So... CHOOSE PINK!

Danny 'the bastard' Keighren
ceedk@cee.hw.ac.uk

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