Chug

Games whose goal is to consume alcohol rapidly.

Watch This

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Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1999 14:33:19 PST
From: jonathan merzlak <_clock@excite.com>
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: read this!

i was reading your page and realized that you don't have the greatest drinking game of all time. it is a game that my bro. and i made up a few years ago. you can only imagine how deadly it is with sibling rivalry.

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.

Ten Shot Drop

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 14:30:01 PDT
From: kim landon <pure_energy21@hotmail.com>
To: drink@slashpalace.org
Subject: drinking game

Okay, I looked through your games and I did not see my favorite. Maybe I just missed it, I don't know. The game is 10 shot drop.

Things needed: large quantity of any type of hard liquor, competitive people, at least 25 shot glasses.

Sixty Seconds

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This is one that is only good for quickly getting sloshed on cheap nasty beer (the best kind). Required supplies: one analog clock with second hand, lots of beer, people with nothing better to do.

Each person chooses a number (either 1 through 12 or 1 through 60). Whenever the second hand passes a players number, s/he drinks, that simple, eh.

Pub Crawl

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The world needs more fun things to do in public, such as this next game. What you will need for supplies are people (in pairs), money, and a list of your favorite bars (within walking distance).

This game, in its simplest form, is a race. The two people who choose to be partners become a three-legged team by tying one of their legs together. Then, depending on the number of teams, everyone starts at the same bar. The procedure is that each team must consume two beers (one per person). As each team finishes their beers, they quickly head onto the next establishment, preferably after paying, still joined at the leg.

Beer Race

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The rules are quite simple; potentially high buzz factor. As usual the basic supplies are people and beer.

Each person starts with a full glass/mug/stein/tankard/cup of beer. Any beer will do, but preferably something quite inexpensive.

All players start drinking at the same time. To signal that you have finished you hold the glass *upside-down* above your head; if anyone does so then the other players must do the same whether or not they have finished drinking.

IMPORTANT NOTE: It isn't required that you actually drink the beer

Beer Pot

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An incredibly simple game that will knock you out of your chair. Basic supplies: beer and people (as usual), plus a big pot, or pitcher.

All players sit in a circle. Each player contributes one beer to the pot. One player starts drinking from the pot. This person can drink as much or little as s/he chooses. When done, the pot passes to the next player who does the same thing. The person who empties the pot is the winner. The person who drink immediately before the winner is the loser.

The loser must then put a beer in the pot for each of the players;

Boat Races

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One of those classic endeavors that leaves everyone wet and drunk. Very high buzz factor. Supplies: people and lots of beer.

Have everybody divide up into two even teams. Each team lines up opposite each other, preferably down a long table, or just sitting on the ground. Fill each glass full of beer and place in on the table in front of each player. The players can not touch their glass before they are allowed. The first players on each team start the game by drinking all of their beer and setting the glass back on the table. When the glass touches the table

Century Club

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This is another straight forward simple game, the best kind. You will end up very drunk, very quickly if you play this. The necessary materials are: people, lots of beer, and a designated time keeper.

Every minute for 100 minutes, each player takes a shot of beer (1 oz or 1.5 oz, you choose). At one oz, this equates to just short of nine cans of beer in less just over 1.5 hours. That's a lot of beer.

The game starts out slow, but in the later rounds you wonder where the time went. It helps to have a timekeeper because otherwise, you

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