I found myself wondering today when Dexter was going to begin again. I went onto Wikipedia and discovered that it won’t be for another half year.
Last season ended with Deb seeing Dexter kill someone. This next season of Dexter is going to require some alcohol it is going to be so intense. I can’t wait for September. THUS.
Quarters is a mainstay of the college party scene, and if you’ve been to your share of parties you’ve probably played it or at least seen other people bouncing quarters off a table into shot glasses (now you know what they were doing). It’s a simple game that requires only a few things.
Most imporantly, however, people can drift in and out of playing without disrupting the flow too much. This makes it an excellent party game if you are trying to cultivate a casual atmosphere, since Beer Pong and Flip Cup often require teams and long runs on the table.
The “Tour de Franzia” AKA “Slap the Bag” AKA “Goon of Fortune” involves drinking a 5 liter bag of wine as fast as possible with a team consisting of between 4-12 players (depending on how terrible you want your hangover to be…) all teams are required to have the same number of participants.
An Easter Beer Hunt is pretty much what it sounds like. It’s essentially an Easter Egg Hunt with an adult twist. That twist being alcoholic beverages.
To host an Easter Beer Hunt the easiest thing to do is buy a bunch of beer (canned or bottled) and hide individual beers all over the yard. You CANNN have a BYOB Easter Beer Hunt, but this often doesn’t work out well with college students.
NOT that Harry Potter ever needs anything to make it more interesting and awesome, but here it is….The Official Harry Potter Drinking Game. The next time somebody switches on the splendor that is Harry Potter, crack open some beers and try out this game. I challenge you to last through even one film. You [...]
For all of those that would like a graphical representation of the different types of beer pong shots here it is. Obviously this chart left out a few shots that you commonly see in a game of beer pong. However, these are the universally accepted “basic” shots that every person playing beer pong should know.