Games whose capacity for causing damage is unknown.
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Who said "You have to be drunk to enjoy Shortland Street"?
Well whoever did was wrong, you don't, it just seems more like reality...
Try this: instead of watching Shortie Street every night, video each episode for a week onto a three hour tape. Then on Saturday night bring round all your mates, (and a keg or two) and push 'play'
From: Steberb <Steberb@regents.ac.uk> To: email@example.com Date: Thu, 22 Oct 1998 17:50:50 GMT Subject: six degrees of Kevin Bacon
Game type: preppy film major annihilation
For those who don't know, Frontline is a satirical take-off of real current affairs shows (particularly in Australia), so accurate that it reportedly helped in the demise of a real show on another network. It is now into it's second series and is screened on Monday nights on the ABC at 8:00 pm. It has also now started screening in the U.S.A. as "Behind the Frontline" on Comedy Central.
From: David Bedno
Date: Tue, 5 Mar 1996 15:03:15 -0800 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: from t.b -From: email@example.com (Jim Porter) -Newsgroups: talk.bizarre -Subject: Republican Presidential Debate Drinking Game -Date: 5 Mar 1996 01:06:04 GMT
When listening to the soundtrack to The Phantom of the Opera, take a drink of something every time....
"This set of rules was recently discovered in a sealed papyrus envelope beneath the craf eaten remains of Cyrus (Alex's here-to-fore never mentioned first husband)--talk about sleeping with the fishes!"
"Pour an even bigger glass of honey and spiced wine and a HUGE glass of bourbon (sic) and branchwater . . . .
DRINK at any of these occurrences:
The following "Moonlighting Drinking Game" was proposed by J.J. Burgund, with a small handful of additions from me and others. If you've been around on the Internet for very long, you've probably seen one of these before. The rules are simple: while watching Moonlighting, when you see anything on the list, you take the indicated number of drinks.
This list is a modest beginning, and there are still lots of good