Games to be played along with the watching of television shows.
The Cake Boss drinking game: drink when you hear the word "fondant".
— John Pinette
These are additional rules that can be used with X-Files games (or they could be a game on their own.)
ANOTHER X-FILES DRINKING/EATING GAMEby Jenn P.(firstname.lastname@example.org)
This humble endeavor is my attempt to combine the numerous additions to Phil Lee's X-Files Drinking Game, as well as Eli Lehrer's version.
Article: 49299 of alt.tv.x-files From: email@example.com (Derek ) Subject: Re: x-file drinking games Date: 28 Jun 1995 10:22:19 GMT
There are three levels of play, the higher the level the more wasted you'll be.
To play the X-Files Drinking Game, you will need:
- A video tape of collected X-Files episodes (or any Friday night for a short game).
- An ample supply of your favorite beverage (preferably Jolt Cola, Mountain Dew, or any drink with plenty of caffine to get you wired. If you're over twenty-one, go ahead and break out the Boston Loggers!)
- A really good sound system, so that Mulder and Scully seem to be right in the room with you and the action is all around you. (optional)
The Rules: It's fairly simple, just get a beverage of your choice (preferably alcoholic) and take as many sips as mentioned when that scenario shows up.
After seeing a few posts on RSPW about the possibility of a WCW drinking game, The MoMutants decided to expand it to all federations. This is what we came up with along with suggestions by other people as well.
Drinking Game 95
Bill Gates Microsoft Windows 95 infomercial drinking game
This game is adapted to the annual "Jerry Lewis Telethon," fundraising event. All you need to do is tune in during the telethon, generally Labor Day weekend, and have some beverage on hand.
The game is broken down into three categories: performances, fund raising, and phrases. Here's the rules and how many drinks each one requires: