DRINKING GAMES

Drinking games help keep the party interesting. It's an excellent way to bond with your friends and get to know them better. There are two types of drinking games: games that require skill and games that are more trivial.

Different Drinking Games

Ring Toss. This is a kid's toy with an adult twist. The goal is to get the ring on the hook. Whoever gets the ring on the hook first, their opponent must take a shot. Some do five or ten depending on the agreement, but whoever empties their shots first loses the game.

Board Games. You can always add drinking in any childhood game. Win conditions and punishments are added to keep the games interesting. Shots are placed around the panels for any poor soul to land on and drink from.

Flip Cup. This is a skill-based game where the player flips an upside-down cup and hopes to turn it right side up. Once the task is done, the player is safe. The last player to flip their cup loses and takes a shot. The game continues until the last person to not drink wins.

Never Have I Ever. You could play this two ways: put a finger down or never have I ever cards. The game's basic premise is you make a statement you have not done, for example: "I never traveled to another country," and if another player has done that, they take the punishment or put a finger down.

The put a finger down method is dependent on how you play it. Some just wait for the first player to put down all their fingers, and they get the punishment. While others get the penalty every time, they put down a finger. 

For the never have I ever cards, you get prepared statements and written punishments. If you have made that statement, you need to do the punishment written on it. The game is over once all the cards have been used or you're out of drinks.