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#11 - hlcptr (11/06/2013) [-]
I still cant see why Americans are so obsessed with drinking games like beer pong etc. These things are almost non existent in the EU. Over here we have only one drinking game: its called drinking. The objective is to get as drunk as possible as fast as possible, and when im so drunk that YOU have to drive ME home, i win.
User avatar #44 to #11 - xboxperks (11/06/2013) [-]
It's normal at parties to have drinking games. And maybe sometimes at casual hangouts. Not all the time, though. I do enjoy having a beer or two with some of my guy friends at a bar or while watching some sports. And from time to time, we'll play a game. It's to have fun and get drunk. Yeah, we can just chug beer constantly, but it's the thrill of winning and getting buzzed. So why not incorporate playing games and drinking?
#23 to #11 - pusledusker (11/06/2013) [-]
This is not entirely right. I believe we have just as many drinking games as the US. Not that i should know, i've never been there. But as much as i like to drink massive amounts of beer (i'm a dane, so yeah) without any restraints, i also find these kinds of games amusing. At least some of them. And in Denmark, games like beer pong, beer golf, frisbee beer, and all those cardgames involving alcohol consumption are very popular. And i know from traveling that they are too ind Berlin, Amsterdam, Stokholm, Oslo, Prague, Dublin and Hamburg. Not to exclude your opinion, just drinking is very popular too.
#78 to #23 - omnipotentsoap (11/06/2013) [-]
whats Frisbee beer
#90 to #78 - pusledusker (11/06/2013) [-]
Same as beerbowling, but with a frisbee instead of a ball.
#91 to #90 - omnipotentsoap (11/06/2013) [-]
what is beerbowling
#92 to #91 - pusledusker (11/06/2013) [-]
Ok. Game-time.

Everybody knows this game in Denmark. It is mostly played at festivals, but also works at parties.

You are usually a team of two against two.
You need:
minimum 4 players,
A chair for every player
some kind of ball-like rolling device. This can be anything able to roll.
and a judge

Sit with approximately one meter between you and your team-mate. The two teams should sit face-to-face five to ten meters apart. The most important rule is, that the judge is allmighty and has the final word. He can make up rules as he wish, decides the punishments, everything. But can be woted off as judge, if all four player agree.
The basic rules of the game is: You place an empty beer can between you and your mate, so does your opponents. Then the teams take turns to try and use the rolling-device that has been chosen as a bowling-ball to hit over the opponents beer can. Simple as that. Sounds a little boring, but the game can actually be incredibly funny, if the judge is a good one. It is the responsibility of the judge to make the game funny and exciting by making rules like "you now have to ask permission before bowling, and you have to dance and drink at the same time, etc." Understand?
#93 to #92 - omnipotentsoap (11/06/2013) [-]
thanks man that was very informative got to try it at the next party I go to
#94 to #93 - pusledusker (11/06/2013) [-]
You do that, my good sir.
Hardcore-mode: At festivals, we usually play on the dirt-roads between the tents where people walk, and garbage is all over. Place other empty cans and obstacels on the playing field and make punishments for hitting them. I mean, real hard punishments like "you have to drink a 1L bottle of boose in an hour" or something.
A very popular rule is also "unicorn": The jugde will yell "UNICORN, ************* ", when people that are not in the game enters the playing field. The players then have to put a pointy finger at their forehead, or do something symbolising a horn, run head-first into the non-players and yell "unicorn-attack". Just remember to make as many ridiculous rules as possible.
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