Drinking games ideas to liven up your party
You are at a party and you are beginning to wonder how you got there. The party is as exciting as watching a tab of lard melt slowly and even the fact that there’s copious amount of alcohol doesn’t help your mood. It doesn’t help either that you know no one there, except the host and since you’re not big on small talk, you’ve relegated yourself to a corner to nurse your beer and flick through your phone. A party should be fun but you’re not just having any. Well, whenever a party becomes unbearably dull, the best departure from surrendering yourself to a night of acute boredom remains…party drinking games.
Yes. Drinking games liven up an otherwise rubbish party. All that is needed is someone to kick start the fun and of course, the alcohol. If the alcohol aint flowing, no need to start any drinking game. The worst thing that could ever happen is to run out of alcohol in the middle of a drinking game. That’s like having no condoms when your crush is finally ready to do the deed. Nah….not cool at all.
So long as you have a party animal ready to turn the mood (preferably the host, but any regular bored drunk will do) and your alcohol game is on point, you’re all set to rev up things a notch with drinking games.
Here are a few games you could try at your next party. They’re easy, and you don’t need any extra props except drinking glasses, beer jugs, some dice and disposable cups.
This is an easy one. The rules are simple. People ask each other questions and they are to reply without using the words yes or no. Anyone that fails has to chug down a glass of alcohol.
An alternative to this is to get a forbidden word that can’t be said all throughout the night and whoever slips and says it has to down a pitcher of beer.
A cup is put on the floor or on table or on any flat surface a small distance away and people take turns trying to throw a coin or a die into it. Whoever doesn’t dunk the coin has to take a drink.
One starts by saying the name of a celebrity that begins with A. The next person has to continue with a celebrity’s name that begins with B. The person who fails to continue the train has to drink up a large pitcher of beer. Names of celebrities should be used. No hesitation or the person has to drink up.
Drinking games are fun and they bring the shine to an ordinarily dull party. Before you know it, everyone is having a heck of good time and talking like they’ve known one another for ages.
You can also come up with any other game as long as the basis is drinking and if you’re all out of ideas, you can fall back on trusty ol’ Truth and Dare, where you can deliberately fail so you can keep drinking or kiss one another to oblivion. You know that’s the one you’d rather play anyways. Stop forming. I’ve got your number.