Drinking Games: Circle of Death, Ring of Fire, all that jazz

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Re: Drinking Games of The Day

Post by Patchez » Tue Feb 24, 2015 7:16 am

Hey I know a great drinking game. It's called "shut up and drink". Ever try it?
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Re: Drinking Games of The Day

Post by peetie44 » Tue Feb 24, 2015 2:04 pm

Patchez wrote:Hey I know a great drinking game. It's called "shut up and drink". Ever try it?
Sounds exciting...what are the rules?
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Re: Drinking Games of The Day

Post by booznik » Sat Feb 28, 2015 1:58 pm

peetie44 wrote:
Patchez wrote:Hey I know a great drinking game. It's called "shut up and drink". Ever try it?
Sounds exciting...what are the rules?
Rule 1: Shut up.

Rule 2: Drink up.

Rule 3: Rinse, lather, repeat if desired.
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Re: Drinking Games of The Day

Post by Palinka (RIP) » Sat Feb 28, 2015 5:30 pm

booznik wrote:[Rule 1: Shut up...
Shouldn't that be:

1) Shut up, oettinger!
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Re: Circle of Death, Ring of Fire, all that jazz

Post by oettinger » Sun Mar 01, 2015 9:29 am

^^^someone had to, inevitable. Great game.
I do not remember posting that ^^^
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Drinking Games

Post by Savage » Sun Apr 19, 2015 2:04 am

The Thin Man: Take a drink every time Nick and Nora do. Heck, take two, since they drink together.
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Why Drinking Games?

Post by TheDrunkardAnglo » Sun Apr 26, 2015 1:41 pm

As a new member I've had a little look over some of the threads on this section to be bewildered with amazement at a great endorsement of drinking games. I simply ask why? Drinking to me isn't about simply getting shit-faced quickly, despite that being a more than admirable attribute to a good session. Drinking with friends should be about conversation, and drinking games from my experience doesn't usually equate to conversation at all. As a student, I must confess that I have only played the 'ring of fire', which as a game has so many diverse rules from drinking with your left hand to having a hand on a table at a specific point that one is simply too focused on not fucking up to actually partake in a good conversation.

The 'dirty pint' is a sacrilege to the Gods of the Grain, Grape and Potato why would anyone willingly mix their chosen poison in a glass with another? Isn't that after all what the stomach is for? Don't get me wrong I do not disagree with the fact that the dirty pint is a worthy punishment in taste and is indeed a quick piece of encouragement for those who seem to be lagging behind on the pre-drinking before the night out. But saying this, I feel that sharing a bottle of mid shelf scotch could achieve the same outcome with a better social environment.

Drinking games seem to arrive to a party with some false premise of 'laddish' feats of grand consumption. From my experience those who are so keen to push drinking games onto others, are the part-time social drinkers who walk into the party carrying a crate of American light beer, which I would respectively call carbonated horse piss. I don't recall any of our drinking hero's from Bukowski to Hemingway ever recalling their experiences with drinking games in 'Women' or 'For whom the bell tolls'. This in my mind is because we, the proper drinkers, need no excuse to drink. We need no reason to turn drinking into a game, for us it's simply what we do.

I would be very interested to hear everyone's' view on this. I'm ready to be convinced.
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Re: Drinking Games: Circle of Death, Ring of Fire, all that

Post by peetie44 » Mon Apr 27, 2015 10:30 am

booznik wrote:
peetie44 wrote:
Patchez wrote:Hey I know a great drinking game. It's called "shut up and drink". Ever try it?
Sounds exciting...what are the rules?
Rule 1: Shut up.

Rule 2: Drink up.

Rule 3: Rinse, lather, repeat if desired.
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"I wanted a shark high on crack dumped into a piranha tank! I wanted college AD's to pull their human faces off, then dive at each other's lizard throats!" -- waahoohah

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Re: Drinking Games: Circle of Death, Ring of Fire, all that

Post by Patchez » Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:47 pm

booznik wrote:
peetie44 wrote:
Patchez wrote:Hey I know a great drinking game. It's called "shut up and drink". Ever try it?
Sounds exciting...what are the rules?
Rule 1: Shut up.

Rule 2: Drink up.

Rule 3: Rinse, lather, repeat if desired.

Well quoted peetie44.*



*it only allows three quotes at a time so I counldn't qoute peetie*
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Re: Drinking Games: Circle of Death, Ring of Fire, all that

Post by Mr. Viking » Wed Apr 29, 2015 2:13 pm

I like drinking games, but I play to lose. Never understood how taking a drink was a good punishment
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Re: Why Drinking Games?

Post by Dear Booze » Tue May 12, 2015 3:21 pm

Herman wrote:...We need no reason to turn drinking into a game, for us it's simply what we do...
Brilliant! I'm going to paint that on the side of my van!
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Re: Drinking Games: Circle of Death, Ring of Fire, all that

Post by oettinger » Sat Oct 31, 2015 3:32 pm

I played Monopoly with my liver today. Got a bar build on every street, even in jail!
I do not remember posting that ^^^
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