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Games meant for the easily tanked, or as a social exercise

Buzz

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Simple game, low buzz factor. None the less entertaining when a good buzz is already attained. Required supplies: people, and of course, beer.

Sit in a circle. The first player says 'one,' the next player says 'two,' and so on down the line. However, when someone reaches a number that is divisible by 7, s/he says "buzz."

If the player misses a "buzz" when needed, or when an unnecessary "buzz" occurs, that player drinks.

Bernard

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"Bernard" is a vocal game in which you get in a circle and the first person whispers bernard, then the next person in the circle has to say bernard but slightly louder... this continues until people are shouting bernard as loud as possible.

Drinking is incorporated into this game, if somebody decides not to shout bernard louder than the person before them, they must finish the rest of their beer. This game works best in a quietish bar or pub, as it's more embarrassing and will attract the attention of any irate bar staff or other customers.

Beer Bungee

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Maybe not a game that you will be able to play every weekend, but will be highly entertaining when you get the chance. You will need a good 20 feet of bungee cord (or proportional to room size), beer, and willing participants.

Attach the rope onto a wall facing a bar or table. Make the gap between the bar and the wall about 20-30 feet. But make sure that the bungee rope is only 20 feet long, but when stretched, reaches 30 feet or thereabouts.

Then place a beer onto the bar, tie someone to the other end of the rope and watch as they try to stretch their way to a beer.

Animals

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You begin by going around the circle. Each player chooses an animal to be. They need the action and the noise for the animal. For example, I'm usually the Elephant. I put my elbow to my nose and raise my arm, making trumpeting noises. Another exmaple is the cow (make horns on your head with your fingers and go moo).

To play the game, whoever starts makes their animal action and noise, then that of another player. That play then does their animal, followed by someone elses. And so on. Easy to learn, works best with 6-8

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