High

Games clearly intended to cause an advanced state of intoxication.

Zig-Zag

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All you need is a deck of playing cards and beer. Create four stacks of five cards face-down in a zig-zag formation, like this:

                                        
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Thus the name.

Wizard of Oz, The

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Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 09:48:56 EDT
From: JSirochman@aol.com
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: Wizard of Oz

Hey, missin a game. The Wizard of OZ. It's simple, every time you one of the caracters says "Dorothy" you take a drink.

Whoville

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I've said it before, I'll say it again, there is nothing quite like a game based on stuff out of our childhood. And what is more childlike the anything from Dr. Suess? For this fine game you will need people, beer, and either the book or video of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." If you choose the book, then choose somebody with good storytelling skills to be the narrator.

We Jammin'

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Date: Mon, 15 Feb 1999 23:27:26 -0700
From: piki21@uswest.net
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: "We Jammin"

This is a musical game played with a grop of people or hell, alone!You need a lot of beer or hard liquor. You also need the Bob Marley Cd "Legend".

Up and Down the River

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Quite an excellent game with a potentially very high buzz factor. Required materials: many people and at least two decks of cards. A good rule of thumb is one deck for six people, than an additional deck for every additional eight to ten people.

Everyone sits in a circle, one player is the dealer as well as a participant. Each player is dealt four cards face up, to be kept in front of that player.

Tympani

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This game is adapted to the annual "Jerry Lewis Telethon," fundraising event. All you need to do is tune in during the telethon, generally Labor Day weekend, and have some beverage on hand.

The game is broken down into three categories: performances, fund raising, and phrases. Here's the rules and how many drinks each one requires:

Twenty-One Aces

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This is a good game to start in a Bar. Simple, straight-forward, no gray areas. Mid-high buzz factor. Supplies: people in a bar (preferably ones you know, or people you want to know), and five dice.

The game is played by counting the "ones" that are rolled. The person who rolls the seventh 'one' gets to pick the shot that will be consumed at the end of the game.

TV Characters

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Originally named the "Love Boat Drinking Game." Very fun, with a high buzz factor. Supplies: people, beer, and a tv show with enough different characters for each player.

Before the show starts, each player chooses what character s/he will play. For example, if watching the "Love Boat," someone will play the Captain Stuebing, one will play Gopher, another the Doctor, another Isaac, and even someone will be the Pacific Princess.

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