Drinking is quite commonly mentioned in the General Section, so I was wondering what everyone's favorite drinking game was?
Math Is Hard said:We used to play "Hi, Bob" while watching the Bob Newhart show, but that got dated. Anyone remember that?
Math Is Hard said:Moonbear, you'd be an interesting addition at strip poker games with those "clothes-go-on" and "clothes-go-off" rules. :rofl:
Regarding the Bob Newhart game, IIRC, if a character says "Bob" you take a sip, if a character says "hi, Bob", you drink half, if > 2 people say "hi, Bob" simultaneously or in succession, you down your drink.
Now they play the Rambo drinking game. You watch Rambo and drink every time he kills someone.Math Is Hard said:We used to play "Hi, Bob" while watching the Bob Newhart show, but that got dated. Anyone remember that?
There's a ping pong drinking game that's really fun. You set a cup of beer (or whatever) at each end of the table and have to either throw or hit the ping pong ball into the other person's cup. If the ball lands in your cup to have to drink it. I can't remember the name of this game.
Tom McCurdy said:Drinking is quite commonly mentioned in the General Section, so I was wondering what everyone's favorite drinking game was?
erm... I was actually referring to the original Bob Newhart show.Moonbear said:Seems the game would be even better for "Darryl." You remember, "Hi, my name is Darryl, and this is my brother Darryl, and my other brother Darryl." :rofl:
Evo said:When I worked in New Jersey, after spending a day managing a technology show at one of the big hotels on the coast, we would all gather down at the bar and the guys would always order bl_w j_bs for all the girls to drink. You'd have to stand with your hands held behind your back, pick the glass full of cream and liquor up with your mouth, making sure that your lips are sealed around the edged, hold your head up and drink the entire contents of the glass without spilling any. You can't touch the glass with your hands
Moonbear said:Oh, I could never play by the rules. Once my clothes are off, I require another body to keep me warm. Good for the lucky guy who gets to be that body, bad for keeping the game going.
Seems the game would be even better for "Darryl." You remember, "Hi, my name is Darryl, and this is my brother Darryl, and my other brother Darryl." :rofl:
There is nothing fun about this game. I hated it every time i played. There is one more brutal however, although it isn't much of a game. "100 beers in a weekend" I heard you could get your name in a book if you did it, so I tried. I had a schedule made up taking things like sleep and advance preperation of snacks into consideration. I was ahead of schedule on Day 2 when the puking started. I hadn't factored "head in toilet" delays into my calculations.check said:But seriously, I think the century game is fun. 100 shots of beer in 100 minutes (one shot a minute). Have a puke bucket handy.
Math Is Hard said:erm... I was actually referring to the original Bob Newhart show.
oh, god, I'm so old!!
tribdog said:Turn up the Heat-Like the name says, turn up the thermostat and see if Moonbear takes off her clothes.
Tom Mattson said:I don't usually like to play drinking games (they interfere too much with the drinking), but if I have to play one, the game would be "3 Man".
It involves a pair of dice and a lot of alcohol. It goes like this.
Everyone rolls. The person with the lowest total on the dice is "The 3 Man", who starts the game. It goes like this.
If a 3 comes up on either die, the 3 Man drinks.
If the total on both dice is 3, the 3 Man drinks.
If a pair of threes come up, the 3 Man drinks twice.
If the dice total 5, the person to your right drinks once.
If the dice total 7, the person to your left drinks once.
If the dice total 6, there's a "social" and everyone drinks.
If the 3 Man rolls "doubles", he gets to pick new 3 Man (usually a welcome relief).
If the dice roll off the table (common late in the game), you drink twice ("sloppy dice, drink twice")
You keep rolling until you get a roll on which no one drinks.