hey I'm doin some drinking at this chicks res. and I'm looking for 2 person drinking games, hehe. POST UP BIATCHES
In situations such as these, I highly recommend the 'Guess What I Just Drugged You With' game... It's always a fan favorite...
For real though, the best drinking game ever is Football...
You need a coffee table, some masking tape, two dice, something to keep score, and beer... Lotsa beer...
Normally this is a four player game, but in any circumstance in which you just got to get wasted quickly, it works well.
Mark off a redzone, endzone and 'G' spot as shown in the picture... We always measure to make sure everything is fair.
Each player on each time roles one die per play. First team to reach 50 points wins.
The object is to get the each dice into the endzone. Each die in the endzone scores that amount of points and subsequently that amount of drinks for the opposing team. For example, my team rolls a 1 and a 4 into the endzone, my team gives 5 drinks (combined) to the other team and we score 5 points.
If a team rolls doubles in the endzone, they get the points, give the drinks, and get another turn.
If you fail to reach the endzone, but reach the redzone, no drinks or points are awarded either way. However, if you fail to reach the redzone by rolling too short YOUR team has to take 5 drinks.
If you land in the endzone and your die is hanging off the table (side or back), the point value remains the same, but the drinks are doubled... So you land a 6 that hangs off the edge... That's 6 points, but 12 drinks that your opposing team has to take. The most possible drinks in the game are double 6's hanging off the edge which is 24 drinks.
Now for the G spot... Land on the G spot, points stay the same, but you add 10 drinks to the face value of the dice. So you land a 1 on the G spot... You get 1 point and give 11 drinks. Second most possible drinks in the game are two 6's on the G spot, for a total of 22 drinks.
It is best to have a ref for obvious reasons. (checking drinks, hangers, etc)
Each drink must be 1oz. Use shot glasses if you have lightweights so you can guarantee nobody is poossing out... You roll 12 drinks and someone doesn't kill their beer - they are cheating.
Extending your hand past the redzone during your roll is prohibited.
Rolling off the board has no penalty.
Crossing the line is OVER, determine if that's at the start of the line or on the other side before beginning (we always use touching the front of the line as over).
It is perfectly legal, and often good strategy, to knock your partner's die with a shot in order to make the previous jacked up shot good... For example, your partner rolls and doesn't hit the redzone... You blast his/her die with yours to knock it into the red or endzone... or even off the board.
Anything sat on the board by the other team (cups, cans, shot glasses, ANYTHING) is fair game... Use it to bank your shots or stop them where you want.
Anything sat on the board by someone other than a participant in the game will be destroyed immediately.
Drinks do not cancel eachother out unless you are a bunch of puzzies... None of this, "I didn't make it to the redzone, so that 5 that my partner rolled into the endzone cancels out those drinks." Take your drinks and be a f*cking man!
Don't use a coffee table with lips or beveled edges. It makes it terrible to either get, or judge hangers.
Glass tables are usually perfect, but sometimes shape is a factor. Tape from underneath for best results.
Wood tables are slow, glass tables are crazy fast. I prefer wood, but glass usually works best because of the sharp edges.
Ideal table is about 2'x4'... Larger can be used, but it ups the difficulty factor by a significant margin.
It's best to find dice that don't have rounded edges, but good luck finding them.