High

Games clearly intended to cause an advanced state of intoxication.

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.

Threshold

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This is one of those "gee, lets get blasted" games invented after tireless rounds of other games. Very high buzz factor. Supplies: people, beer, a quarter, a cup, and a die.

The cup is passed, containing a quarter and a die. The shaker shakes to the person next to her/him (the shakee). The shakee then calls heads or tails. If the shakee is correct, the shaker drinks once for each spot showing on the die (6 times if you roll a 6).

Take That

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From: Derek Travers <dtravers@island.net>
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: Drinking Game

Well, I looked for this one and didn't see it so here goes...

Supplies:1 deck cards, 1 empty bottle w/no cap

Place the empty bottle in the center of the playing area. Deal the full deck around the base of the bottle. Players sit around the bottle. Who goes first is decided by any mutually agreeable method. Pick card and follow the chart below...

Tails

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Everybody sits around the table with a full beer. One person (randomly chosen, I guess) starts. The say "tails to the left (or right) 6 (or any number)". The person who is sitting that many seats to the left or right has about a millisecond to respond with the next "tail to the ...". If you don't respond, you drink, If you get nailed three times in a row, you chug.

Super Quarters

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An extension of Quarters, and Speed Quarters. This game has also been referred to as Chandeliers.
Supplies: people, beer, many cups, and a quarter. High buzz factor.

Take one cup, "the big chug," fill it with beer, and place in center of table. Put a small amount of beer in a cup for each player, and place these cups around the big chug; remember which cup is your own.

The game begins with a player attempting to bounce the quarter into any of the cups.

Stripes/Solids

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Finally a game for the billiards player. A challenging game with a High buzz factor.
Supplies: people, beer, and your favorite pool table.

This game is a variant on just plain 8 ball. However, the set up is quite different. All of the solid balls are placed in a cluster over the dot.

Strange Brew

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One of the all-time classics, a beer lovers "movie of a lifetime." What you need to do is get A LOT of beer and a copy of the movie "Strange Brew," starring Bob and Doug McKenzie, those whacked-out Canadian beer hounds.

Version 1: Watch it. Anytime somebody says "eh" (pronounced like the letter 'A'), drink. For example, "Get me a beer, eh?"

Steering Wheel of Death

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This game submitted by Scott Bryant.

This game is merely a combination of Truck Driver and Death Ring. You must guess higher or lower than the previously picked card, and if any of them are the same suit you must drink just like death ring; Everybody counts [sequentially] up to your number whilst you drink - Then, to make it harder, you must keep picking up cards until you guess correctly higher or lower.

Spoons

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From: hog 
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: Drinking game---SPOONS

Best when played with 5 or more people.

You will need one less spoon than the number of people. Place the spoons in the center of the table, alternating the direction of the handles. They should be placed where each person should be able to reach a spoon close to them.

Speed Quarters

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This one is said to be more fun than the original game. This one doesn't allow for those certain people to concentrate for half-an-hour while everyone else gets bored. The cardinal rule in this game is - you snooze, you lose! Supplies: people, beer, a shallow glass, and two quarters.

Situate everyone in a circle. Give the two quarters to two people opposite each other in the circle (or as opposite as possible). Then, say "GO!" and the two people try to bounce their quarters into the same glass.

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