We all know the adage, ‘work hard and party harder’. While it is the middle of the week, and most of us must be frazzled under the work pressure from our respective offices, we share a few games that you might play with your colleagues or friends in an impromptu mid week get together to make the week more bearable.
The most well-known drinking game, Beer Pong: You need two teams, solo cups set up in triangles, and ping pong balls. Fill each cup with 1/3 beer and take turns trying to land the ping pong balls in the other team’s solo cups. If you get your ball in the other team’s cup, they drink.
Never have I ever: Ask a question in the form of ‘Never have I ever’ like Never have I ever lied to my boss and bunked work. Everyone who can answer yes to that drinks their beer!
Fuzzy Duck: Say “fuzzy duck” to the person on your left. Continue until someone says “does he”. You must now say “ducky fuzz”, going right. “Does he” can change direction again. Mess up? Take a drink.
Power hour: This game is all about drinking. There are not really any rules. The object is to take a shot of beer every minute for an entire hour. It sounds pretty easy but believe me, it isn’t. If you want to prove you are really a man you can try to join the Century Club. The Century Club is doing a shot every minute for 100 minutes.
You can add rules to this game if you want. An example is if you go to the bathroom before the end of the hour you must finish a beer. At the end of the hour you will usually have had six beers.
Flip cup: A relay race game played with red plastic party cups. Teams are divided into 4 or 5, each with a half cup of beer, or 2 shots of hard liquor. The game is a relay race and each person much drink the contents of their cup and flip the cup from the edge of the table with their fingers to the upside-down position on the table before the next member begins. First team to finish wins.
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