RoboSlam

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Contributed by jodemarco@acad.ursinus.edu

You take six 7oz cups and one 16 oz. solo cup, arranging the small cups with three on each side of the large cup.

You then form teams of two, and try to bounce quarters into the small cups, with each person an a team taking either right or left.

The rules are

:
  • You can't hit the big cup until the little cups are gone. If you do your team automatically loses and they have to drink all of the cups.
  • You have to alternate the person who is attempting the shot on each team (this prevents a really good player from going all the time).
  • If the quarter goes off the table during your turn the other team gets a free shot.

This game is really good because you can get really drunk if your team is any good (but the more you play the drunker you get so you don't stay on too long. Finally your team could miss every small cup then get lucky and hit the big cup and you still get to stay on the table.

HINT: we use a roll of toilet paper to "Zamboni" the table after every game.

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