Verbal

Games whose play involves speech, usually the successful completion of tongue twisters, or successfully remembering and repeating word associations.

Zoom

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Subject: Two games.
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 98 14:15:56 +1000
From: "Michael F. Tomkins" <m.tomkins@student.canberra.edu.au>
To: <drink@slashpalace.org>

Zoom.

"Fast game is a good game, the name of the game is zoom, ball is in the court of brother/sister [name]" and the starter zooms the ball to the person named.

Whiz-Boing-Bounce

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This is the same as Bouncing Ball, but with many improvements.

You play sitting in a circle, everyone putting their hands into the middle of the circle and shaking them like a nervous person, or someone experiencing a crack overdose. The leader then says "Hands in the middle, The name of the game is whiz boing bounce, to my (left/right) WHIZ."

Whales Tales

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Very confusing at first, but you'll get the hang of it, eventually. Beer and people with an imagination are needed. Any number of people stand together in a circle & 1 person (the prince of wales) starts by saying...

"Whales tales, the prince of wales calls <type of> tales, on a court of <court size>, on <someone>"

The Wanker Game

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To: drink@slashpalace.org
Date: Mon, 12 Oct 1998 13:32:41 GMT
Subject: drinking games

Start off by playing any normal pub game, 'poker', 'name that pope', whatever. The loser then has to go up to someone nominated by the winner and, without any explanation, say 'You're a wanker' to them, accompanying this with the appropriate hand gesture. And thats the wanker game.

Tails

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Everybody sits around the table with a full beer. One person (randomly chosen, I guess) starts. The say "tails to the left (or right) 6 (or any number)". The person who is sitting that many seats to the left or right has about a millisecond to respond with the next "tail to the ...". If you don't respond, you drink, If you get nailed three times in a row, you chug.

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.

One Big Chicken

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A great bar game, any number of people may play. High buzz factor. Supplies: people and beer, the basics. But what's really important is to have someone who knows all ten phrases.

The person who knows all the phrases begins, one phrase a time. The game follows the same routine as the Twelve Days of Christmas. So, the sixth person in the circle would have to repeat the sixth phrase, as well as the previous five.

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