3 Drinking Games You Need to Know
Today, schools around the U.S. on the semester started class. Now we all assume you’ve read posts on how to get textbooks for free and how to get into bars if you’re under 21, but also necessary for fall survival will be your knowledge of drinking games. Here are 3 drinking games you will need to know–or brush up on–for the fall semester.
By far the most popular game these days in filthy garages of college houses everywhere is beer pong, or beirut if you’re on the east coast. If you’ve never attended a college party in your life, it’s a game where you try to sink ping pong balls in opponents’ cups from across a table.
The HackCollege Fall Advice: Mind the house rules if you don’t want to look like a jackass.
Quarters is a favorite, low-overhead game that works pretty well indoors on a crappy table found in the “free” section of Craigslist. Bounce your quarter into a glass and the drinking begins. It’s very simple: all you need are a few quarters, some glasses and–of course–beer.
The HackCollege Fall Advice: Perfect your bounce by eliminating variables from your toss. Chris is a big fan of the “rolling” technique which he’ll go in to depth on in the future.
Flip Cup is the All-American Football version of drinking games. It’s all about the strength of your team and pep talks. It can be played with 4 people, or 40 people. Great for those large keggers.
The HackCollege Fall Advice: Follow through. A flip with good form means landing your first attempt every time.
What drinking games will you be playing this fall? Are there any up and coming games that HackCollege should be privy to? Let us know in some comments!