Turbo Cups

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From: "Emily Ryan" <emilykaye@hotmail.com>
To: drink@slashpalace.org

Here is another drinking game to add to your website. I looked and didn't seem to find it on the list even though it is a little bit similar to some of the other games.

It is called TURBO CUPS

What you need:

  • an even number of people divided into 2 teams (it doesn't matter how many it could even be 1 on 1)
  • cups plastic work the best
  • beer
  • a table

How to play:

  • each team lines up on opposite sides of the table and with a full glass of beer
  • when they say start they chug the beer and have to place the glass on the edge of the table and flip it using their hands start with the glass right side up and flip it over
  • when the person flips it the next in line gets to drink their glass of beer and flip the cup
  • whichever team has all their beers finished first wins

I hope this game will work for you-it's really fun and all of us in Syracuse, NY play it!!!!!! Emily Ryan

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