This article will break down how to play one of the greatest drinking games ever made: "Up the River, Down the River."
To get everyone interacting and to make sure you drink, you can partake in a few drinking card games. It is a fun way to spend your time with friends.
I don't know about you, but I love a good drinking game! I find that it always puts everyone in a merry mood before the antics begin for the night. Here I will share some games with you—old and new.
The MLB All-Star Game happens every July, and Joe Buck has covered it every year since 2001. Here's a drinking game to add to the coverage excitement.
10 simple games for two people to get drunk! No cop-outs like movie games (drink when ____ says ____ is overdone!). Only one game requires cards.
Never have I ever played a game of “Never have I ever.” If you’re trying to get to know some new friends or a new boyfriend/girlfriend, this is a great way to go about it!
There are many sets of Kings Cup drinking game rules, so most pages end up a mish-mash of contradicting rules. In this article, I will introduce one set of Kings Cup rules and explain it, then give a few common variations.