3/18/2013 9:22 PM
The third season of Game of Thrones premieres March 31st on HBO. Celebrate the return of Tyrion, Jon, Cersei, Daenerys and the gang with this festive game sure to get you drunk on mead. Feel free to add your own rules in the comments below!
11/21/2012 9:31 PM
Some Thanksgiving Day get-togethers are full of friends, family, and good cheer. Other celebrations are a little less warm and fuzzy. If you’re dreading Turkey Day, here’s a drinking game that will help ease the pain of awkward family dinners.
9/26/2012 8:24 PM
The eighth season of How I Met Your Mother (HIMYM) recently premiered on CBS, and it looks like fans are in store for another round of hookups, breakups, and broken hearts. Will Ted finally reveal the identity of his children’s mother? Probably not, but at least you can drown your frustrations with this fun and simple How I Met Your Mother drinking game.
9/6/2012 12:11 AM
With a new DVD and yet another assertion that it’s making the kids go gay, SpongeBob is back in the news. So, grab that pineapple under the sea, and throw it in a blender with some rum and some ice. (You know it’ll be back in the next episode anyway.)
8/31/2012 12:37 AM
As we mentioned on our sister site, StarCam, Saturday Night Live is returning soon for its 38th season. This is a show that has been around long enough that, not only can it buy itself a drink; it if got knocked up as a teenager, it could legally go drinking with its own bastard offspring.
8/4/2012 1:09 AM
Last week, we shared the Olympic Opening Ceremonies drinking game. Here’s a game you can play while watching any event in the Olympics. Grab a beer, flop on the couch, and drink to athletic perfection!
- You think an athlete’s performance looked great, but a judge thinks it was awful, disastrous, or catastrophic.
- An athlete makes an obvious error in his or her routine.
- An athlete breaks a world record.
- The network shows a warm and fuzzy story an about an athlete. Two drinks if the athlete’s Olympics dreams are then dashed by a terrible performance.
- The camera shows an athlete’s family in the stands.
- An athlete cries. Two drinks for tears of joy, one for tears of sorrow.
- You see an athlete with patriotically-painted nails.
- A major upset occurs. For example, the event favorite fails to place or an unknown athlete breaks a record or wins the gold.
- The television network shows a shot of Big Ben, The London Eye, or Buckingham Palace.
- A celebrity or member of royalty attends an event.
- An athlete is disqualified.
- An athlete from your country wins a medal. Three sips for gold, two for silver, and one for bronze.
- An athlete earns a perfect score (finish drink).
As always, feel free to add your own rules in the comments below.