You’ll Need: People, beer, and a deck of cards with 10 through Ace only.
How To Play: Place one full cup of beer in the center of the table, and arrange the 20 cards in any desired formation around the cup of beer. Play goes in a circle around the table. The first player draws a card. The following table shows what will follow:
10 - Word Association
J - Social drink
Q - that player drinks
K - Give one drink to anybody
A - the first three aces drawn don’t do anything. Whoever draws the fourth and final Ace must drink the entire cup of beer in the center of the table.
A few rules about Word Association. The player who draws the 10 starts by saying any word. The next player continues on by saying an associated word. This ends when either somebody can’t think of another word IMMEDIATELY, or if a previous word is repeated from that round. Both instances results in a drink. It’s that simple.
This version of Quarters doesn’t allow for those certain people to concentrate for half-an-hour while everyone else gets bored.
You’ll Need: People, beer, a shallow glass, and two quarters.
How To Play: Situate everyone in a circle. Give the two quarters to two people opposite each other in the circle (or as opposite as possible). Then, say “GO!” and the two people try to bounce their quarters into the same glass. They get as many tries as it takes and can take as long as they want…BUT when one does make it in, that person passes his/her quarter to the person on their left. Then this person must bounce the quarter in. This goes on until a person gets passed a quarter when s/he already has a quarter. This person then must drink some beer, you choose the amount.
Sometimes, depending on the number of people playing, it’s better to play with two glasses. Then both the quarter and glass get passed after a successful attempt.Share this Post[?]