Top 5 Festival Drinking Games

1. BLOODY HELL - DICE GAME

This is an easy dice drinking game without cards. You will only need 1 die. The first person rolls the dice. The second person must match that number, by rolling the exact number, or rolling two or three numbers that add up to that. Each person gets up to three rolls. If they don’t make it they have to drink. Then the turn moves to the left, that person must match the last number rolled, and so on. This is an easy but fun drinking game.

Bloody Hell

 

2. BEER PONG

First of all, beer is in order, and of course, a stack of pin pong balls. A packet of 16-oz plastic cups are also required, and it would be great if they are red cups. Two formations will be set up, of 10 cups each, on either side of the ping pong table. Cups form a shape of a triangle, filled with two to three ounces of beer. The game can be played with two or more players.

The goal of the game is to toss a ping pong ball into one of the cups. Each player stands on either side of the table and tries to toss the ball into one of the cups. The opposing team will not be allowed to sway the cup. Once the ball lands in a cup, the opposing member has to drink the beer from the cup. Each team is allowed three attempts at each of their turn. Make sure that you do not forget to keep a cup of clean water beside you to wash the ball between respective tosses. Or it gets messy. The team that clears the opposing side first is the winner.

Beer Pong

 

3. DRUNK JENGA

Drunk Jenga is a classic board game which promises to liven up the gathering. The players do not necessarily follow a set of rules and try to be creative as much as possible.

A box of Jenga blocks are taken, and a bunch of different rules are written on them. Rules can vary wildly such as “gulp down three drinks at one time”, “pick your nose”, or “dance whenever asked to”. The more creative the activities get, the more fun this game gets to be.

Whenever a player pulls out a Jenga block from the tower, he/she must abide by the rule. As soon as the tower collapses, the person responsible for that will have to finish his drink. Jenga drinking game brings many unique ideas to the table and is very amusing, if played creatively.

Drunk Jenga

 

4. FLIP CUP

In this game, two teams are formed, with equal players in each. Each team stands on the either sides of the table and face each other. Each player gets a glass filled with drink and on the count of three, they gulp down their drinks and place their empty cups on the edge of the table. Their job is to flip the cup without touching any of its sides.

The flip is done by flicking its rim with a thumb and forefinger. The cup has to land top-up on the table. The team which successfully accomplishes this task gets to be the winner.

Flip Cup

 

5. FUZZY DUCK

The rules for this fun drinking game are extremely simple. Everybody has to sit in a circle. One of the players will start the game by saying “fuzzy duck”. The next player will then say “ducky fuzz”. This will go on till one of the players screw it up, and he will have to take down a drink.

There is a rule that changes this game entirely. At any point, a player might say “Does he fuck?” to change the course of the game and the next player would then have to say “Fuck, he does?” Messed up? Gulp down that drink, brother. The game continues like this and gets fascinating as it proceeds on.

Fuzzy Duck

 

Referenced from a variety of Internet sources. 

 

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Pinkcity Royals

Pinkcity Royals

I listen to all types of different music. I go to different festivals. I’m around music.“Gangaur” is colourful and one of the most important festivals of people of Rajasthan and is observed throughout the state with great fervour and devotion by womenfolk who worship Gauri, the consort of Lord Shiva during March–April.For more Rajasthani festivals click below link: http://blog.pinkcityroyals.com/jaipur/colorful-festival-of-rajasthan-gangaur-festival/

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