5 Crazy Fun Drinking Games You Probably Never Heard Of
Ok, we never thought we would actually need another reason to drink at parties, but here’s 5. Yes, here we have 5 insanely fun, new and simple drinking games you can bring to the next party you go to and make all your friends (and yourself) drunk beyond recognition.
I’ll drink to that!
1. “Who Is Most Likely To…”
The whole gang sits in a circle. One person asks the Who Is Most Likely To question – something like:
- Who is mostly likely to approach Margot Robbie in public?
- Who is most likely to get wasted first tonight?
- Who is most likely to get laid tonight?…
Then on the count of three, everyone points to one person they think is most likely to do the abovementioned thing. Who gets the most “points” – drinks.
Quick, easy, and a LOT of FUN!
2. “Keeping A Straight Face”
You all write sentences on small pieces of paper, but you need to think of the most ridiculous and inappropriate things one can imagine.
The idea is to make the person reading your sentence laugh and not able to keep a straight face.
Each time a person cracks up while reading a sentence, they have to drink.
3. “True Story“
Another one involving pens and paper.
All players write down various nouns on pieces of paper. When it’s your turn, you select a piece and tell a “true story” from your life involving the noun written on the piece of paper.
You can either tell a real story, or make one up.
The others listen to your story and guess if it’s true or false. If they’re wrong – THEY drink, and if they’re right – YOU drink.
4. “That’s What She Said!” (The Michael Scott Game)
Two people at a time are playing. The pair is given a scene or situation (for instance, “you are at work” or “at a restaurant”) and the two go back and forth trading remarks after which Michael Scott from The Office would go – That’s What She Said!
The player who first runs out of sexual innuendos has to drink his whole drink.
Yep… You better think long and hard before you opt for this one.
5. “Mixing It Up”
If you have a strong stomach, this one might be a lot of fun. If not, just pass.
You’ll need a dice and a blender.
One at a time, players roll the dice. Whoever rolls a four, the other players head to the kitchen and put together a little “treat”. The treat is made in a blender using 4 random items from the kitchen (potato chips, mustard, garlic, and M&Ms is our suggestion).
If the person who rolled the 4 decides to drink it – THE OTHERS have to drink. If you deny your little treat – YOU have to drink.
Can’t wait for that weekend now!