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Talk show drinking game

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 01:00:06 -0400
From: iflahive@massed.net
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: Conan O'Brien

Here's one a friend an I made up the other night. While watching a late night talk show, drink whenever the audience as a whole reacts (laughs, cheers, boos). When one person shouts something out, chug your beer. During commercials, drink whenever an ad for a TV show or movie is shown. Chug your beer if it's a beer commercial. This also works with shots. Drinks are worth one shot. Chugs are worth 3. Make more rules up if you think you're not drinking enough.

States

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A mental game, a manipulative game. "States" is a great game to play with gullible people and really simple to play, if you know the pattern. Gather up some people who want to play, and don't forget the beverage.

You have a circle of drinkers, only a few of which know the game.

Shots

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Date: Fri, 26 Mar 1999 12:45:06 -0500
From: "Patricia L. Murray" <MoggyCat@netcom.ca>
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: chug games

I have a good idea for a chug game. My friend brought it to my attention during the Olympics, but it can be used for almost any competition sport or awards show (ie: Oscars). It's called 'SHOTS'. What happens is every time someone screws up (ie: falls while skating), thanks God or their mother, and anything else equally stupid/ funny, everyone takes a shot of liqueur (tequila).

Rules of the Game

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Not really a game as such, but a great way to get pissed quickly.

Basically, whenever your pint is fuller than another person's, you can challenge them by asking them "Do you know the rules of the game?". They must then reply "It would be rude of me not to." The challenger then tosses a coin, and the challenged person calls heads or tails. If you call correctly, the challenger must finish his/her pint; if they are right, you must finish yours.

Real World, Season 3, The

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Version 2.0 - August 29, 1994

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Rapper's Delight

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Date: Thu, 15 Jul 1999 23:39:38 -0400
From: iflahive@massed.net
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: rapper's delight

To play this game, you need people, beer, and any rap cd... the more hardcore, the better. Whenever the rapper swears, you drink. If they say 40's (or any other reference to alcohol), you chug. It's that simple. What words are and aren't swears may need to be clarified before the game. Anyone who can make it through a whole cd: MAD PROPS!

NYPD Blue

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Copyright 1994, Alan Sepinwall.
Created by Alan Sepinwall with the help of:
Paul Sabourin, Patrick Mallon, Steve Wall, Bryan O'Connor, Frank A. Lauro, Dennis Goeckel, James Foust, Lori Karn, Gerald Ross, Geoff Falen, Earl Baker, Dan Gingiss, Don Semmens, Eugene Kushnirksy, Charles Quenneville, Andrea Atkin, Tamar Bihari, Lois Casaleggi, Lori Hylan, Mark Vita, Doug Le, Paul Bourque, Bradley Lindaas, Ed Holliman, Lisa Rooney, Jim Hill, Sandy Bodzin, Dana H. Bayliss, and John Sigmon (cuz he's so desperate)

Some basic rules:

    Multi

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    This is a game composed of a number of other games and drinking activities. It is a super game for a large group, and getting to know people. Standard supplies are required: people, beers, and cards.

    All 52 cards are randomly spread face down across the table. Play begins by the first player flipping over a card and placing it in front of him/her. Each card corresponds to a fixed course of action. After the action is completed, the next player flips over a card, and this continues until every card has been turned.

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