Beer pong is fun. But you’ve played it far too long and you need to shake up that office party with something new. Something different that’s more involving, more boozy and with a lot more laughs! Even if it’s not for an office party, these drinking games are sure to turn a dull party into a memorable one. Here are five drinking games that you’ve probably never heard off. Go ahead! Give them a try!
The objective of this game is simple. You find out who is most likely to do something. For example, If someone says ‘Who is the most likely to sleep during an important meeting’ and seven people point at you immediately after the count of three, you have to take seven shots. If everybody points at you and you’re in a group of ten, your night probably just ends there. Each person gets a turn to ask, making the revenge sweet and intoxicating.
You’ll need a very poor sense of humour if you want to win at this one. Then again, you’ll be drunk so how can you make it through? The rule is simple, you have to write an insanely ridiculous statement, the kind that no one would say without bursting into laughter or flashing a smile. One at a time, each player will choose a slip of paper and attempt to read whatever is written on it without giggling or smiling. If they fail, they have to drink.
Everyone sits around a circular table covered with a ton of full shot glasses (or jello shots). Players begin the game with their heads down on the table. On the count of three, everyone looks up and stares at another player. If you find yourself looking at someone who isn’t looking at you, you’re safe. If you find yourself looking directly into someone else’s eyes, you shout out “Medusa!” and take a shot. Keep going until all the shots are gone
Each player needs two cups (one that’s full of some sort of alcoholic beverage and one that’s empty) and a spoon. Participants have one minute to transfer as much of their drink as possible from one cup to the other using the spoon. When the minute is up, you have to drink whatever’s left in the original cup.
True Or False Story time
Everyone writes down various nouns on pieces of paper. When it’s your turn, you select a piece, and roll the dice (not letting anyone see what number you rolled). If you roll an even number, you need to tell a true story from your life involving whatever was written on the piece of paper. If you roll an odd number, you make a story up.
Everyone listens to your story and guesses if it’s true or false. If they’re wrong, *they* drink; if they’re right, *you* drink (one gulp for every person who guesses correctly).