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5 Drinking Party Games

By: Sandy Baird

Break Studios Contributing Writer

When you are drinking and looking for 5 drinking party games, these are some of the best. They have easy rules and can be fun, especially when played with a number of people. It is recommended that these drinking party games be played with four players or more.

1. Never Have I Ever. This is a great drinking party game that helps you learn more about the people you are partying with. In Never Have I Ever, one person starts with saying Never Have I Ever______. The people paying will take a drink if they have ever done ______. If only one person take a drink they have to tell a detailed story about the event that occurred.
2. Bullshit. Bullshit is a drinking party game with cards. The object of the game is to get rid of all your cards first. The cards are dealt to the players until all the cards are dealt. The first round starts with aces and each player lays cards face down saying the number of aces they are claiming to have. The players can lie and say as many as they want and lay down cards that are not aces. If someone believe another player is lying they call “Bullshit” and check the player’s cards. If the player did not lie, the person who called bullshit has to pick up the entire pile and drink as many drinks are there are cards in the pile. If the player did lie, that player must pick up the entire pile and drink as many drinks as there are cards in the pile.
3. Case Race. If your main objective for playing drinking party games is to get as drunk as you can as fast as you can, then Case Race is the game for you. The objective is simple. Split up into even teams and see which team can drink a whole case of beer first.
4. Quarters. In this drinking party game, the object is the bounce the quarter into a shallow glass, the skinner the glass the harder it is to get in. As each player takes their turn they bounce the quarter off the table and into the glass. If the player gets the quarter into the glass they tell someone to take a drink. If a player gets the quarter into the glass three times in a row they make a rule. If the rule gets broken, the player that breaks the rule takes a drink.
5. Black and Red. This is as simple as they come from drinking party games. The rules are simple and all you need is a deck of cards. The cards are flipped over one by one and the player whose turn it is must guess black or red. If they are wrong they take a drink. If they are correct three times in a row they make a rule. If the rule gets broken, the person breaking the rule drinks.
Posted on: Apr. 30, 2010