Drinking games 

With Christmas soon upon us it’s the time of year to see all your friends and family, and what better way to have fun but with a few drinking games with you fav tipple, So grab all your fav people and get playing x🍺


Questions is sort of like Truth or Dare but without the dare. Each player takes a turn being the questioner. The questioner addresses another player by name and poses a yes/no question, which he/she must answer without hesitation. The answerer then becomes the questioner and must ask another player a question immediately. Repeating questions are not allowed. Laughing before answering or asking is not allowed. Any violation of these rules is punished, obviously, with drinking. 

Questions gets pretty silly very fast. If you ask the right questions, it can be a very interesting way to get to know new people.

I Never

I Never is a great game to play with good friends. So you can embarrass them. 

Each player takes turns making a true statement in the form of“I’ve never…” For example, if you’ve never been to France, you’d say, “I’ve never been to Paris.” Anyone at the table who has been to Paris then must drink

Naturally, when I play this game with my friends, we don’t make statements about vacations. Rather, we prefer to say“I’ve never done [embarrassing thing that someone else there has done].” Like most drinking games, it all gets a lot more fun as the game gets drunker.

Tools needed: alcohol, a sordid past

This is a fun game for the theatrically inclined. Each player chooses a gesture to represent his/herself over the course of the game. 

The first player performs her own gesture and then signals another player by performing his gesture. That next player must respond by repeating his own gesture, then signalling another player, and so on. If anyone hesitates or fails to respond or recall a gesture, they must drink.


Fubar is a simple card game that integrates Questions and I Never. Its good for a big group of people. Its more fun with good friends, but it can also work as a getting-to-know you game. There are no rules except for following the commands that correspond to each card:

Ace: Take one drink

2: Take two

3: Take three

4: Questions (see Game #3)

5: Make five players of your choosing take a drink

6: I Never

7: Master of the Thumb wars

8: Categories. The first person provides a category and then everyone else must give an example. e.g. Drinking games: Quarters, Flip Cup, I Never and so on.

9: Busta Rhyme – Everyone must give a word that rhymes with yours. e.g. drink, think, pink.

10: Social – Everyone drinks

Jack: Guys drink

Queen: Girls drink

King: Waterfall. As soon as the first player begins to chug their drink, the second must follow him, and so on. All players continue drinking until the player previous to them stops drinking. If the first player is a big drinker, this can be quite a difficult card.

High or Low

High or Low is played with a full deck of cards. The first player is dealt a card and has to guess whether its high or low. If correct, he guesses again. After taking at least three cards, the player may choose to pass or keep guessing. When a player guesses incorrectly, he takes a drink for each card showing and his turn ends. The idea is to build up a lot of cards and then pass them onto the next player. 

Flip,sip or strip

Flip, Sip or Strip is the kind of game you could really play anywhere—as long as it’s warm. 

Each player takes turns flipping a coin and calling heads or tails in the air. If you guess correctly, pass the coin to your right. If you guess wrong, you must pass the coin to your left and either remove one article of clothing or take a shot.

Think you can get away with just drinking instead of stripping down to your skivvies? Not so fast, buddy. Choosing the same option two times in a row is against the rules. Bottoms up—and out!


Players take turns attempting to bounce a large coin into a shallow glass. If you succeed, you can make any other player have a drink, and then take another turn. If you succeed three times in a row, you can make a rule. Anyone who violates the rule is punished with—you guessed it, folks!—drinking. 

 Flip Cup

Flip Cup is a fairly simple game, but it does require some skill. You may not be great at it your first time, but with a little persistence and a lot of alcohol you’ll surely improve. 

Divide the party into teams of four or five. Everyone sets a cup of beer on the table (Note: If you play with liquor, you will surely puke) and races to chug their beer and then flip the empty cup from the edge of the table into an upside down standing position. First team to flip all their cups wins.

Tools needed: plastic cups, beer, a table



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