Who Would You Rather

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Date: Thu, 18 Mar 1999 12:17:02 -0600
From: Caitlin Stickney 
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: New Game: Who Would You Rather?

Dear DrinkMaster,

A variation on an old party game...

Purpose: To embarass humiliate and degradate close friends while getting relatively rocked.

Research: Play with an odd number of people, preferrably people from the same social circle.

Materials: Drinkers and Drinks

Procedure:

  • Someone starts with the question; "Who would you rather (ex.) Matt Damon or Ben Affleck?
  • Group votes and the majority vote voters have to drink. As in if 3 out of 5 players pick Matt Damon, those three must drink.
  • Variation questions can be more theoretical, such as having to choose between two horrible possibilities instead of good ones (i.e. The Dirty Old Man Theorem)
  • This game is most amusing and enjoyable when names of people that everyone knows are used...

Caitlin :)

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