Top 10 Fun Drinking Games

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Writing an article about the top 10 games can take forever, so here is a list of the Top 10 Fun Drinking Games for you and your friends to play. They are ranked based on how fun they are and the list contains only games made specifically for drinking. Many of these games are played in college dorm rooms, house parties, kitchen tables, or at bars. Try one and let us know how it went.


1. Flip, Sip & Strip

Flip, Sip and Strip

The fun drinking game is best played with 3 to 5 people, but with more people, the game will last longer. The rules are quite simple. You flip a coin and while it is in the air,  you call heads or tails. If you guess right, you get to pass the coin to the person on your right. If you guess wrong, pass the coin to your left and either take one piece of clothing off or drink a shot. One catch, you cannot do the same thing (sip or strip) two times in a row.  Not recommended for children under the age of 18.


2.  Anchor Man

anchor man


Nobody needs an incentive to drink beer. But the act of imbibing alcoholic fluids can become somewhat tedious. After exhausting all possible subjects of conversation, including football, sex and (god forbid) politics you sometimes grind to a halt. Should you sit there and continue to drink, as is your duty as a college student? Or should you look for ways of livening up the experience?

You need a quarter, a pitcher of beer and  two teams of 4 people each.

To play this easy to learn drinking game You pour the beer into the pitcher. For hard core drinkers, fill it up all the way. For normal people, you can fill up the pitcher half way. Each team alternates in play by attempting to bounce the quarter into the pitcher. The team that gets the quarter in the pitcher chooses the person to be the “anchor” for the opposing team. This team then must pass the pitcher around, each player taking a drink/sip from the pitcher. The anchor is the last to go and finish off the remaining beer in the pitcher. Get read to get drunk.


3. Beer Blow

Beer Blow


For these drinking games, all you need is a deck of cards, an empty bottle, and 3 or more people to play.

Place a deck of cards on an empty bottle. Each player blows cards off the deck from the bottom. The one who blows the last card off the bottle must drink one bottle of beer.

Special rule: If an ace is spotted among the cards that were just blown off, the blower needs to drink the beer. If two aces were spotted, they must drink two beers etc. Cool Game? I played this game when I went to college and totally loved it.


4. Suck Me

suck me

Everyone who participates in Suck Me need to sit in a circle and the first person picks up a card from a pack of cards in the middle and holds it against his/her lips only by sucking in air quickly through the mouth. They must then pass the card to the person on their left who receives the card by sucking the card as hard. This carries on until one player drops the card. The person who drop the card is then invited to the drink the number on the card. The game starts with a new card from the top of the pack. The game can be played by both girls and guys.


5.  Fuzzy Duck

fuzzy duck

This is a very fun drinking game that involves you pronouncing variations of ‘Fuzzy Duck’. Once you are familiar with the rules and you’ve had a few drinks this is a great game to watch and learn.

You may begin the game by saying “fuzzy duck” to the person to your left. That person then says “fuzzy duck” to the person on his/her left. This continues until someone decides to change the direction of play by saying “does he”. “Does he” changes the direction and the phrase that is said. Not only does the direction change but the people must say “ducky fuzz.” Now the game is going to the right with “ducky fuzz.” The direction is then changed back by saying “duzzy.” The words to say go back to “fuzzy duck.”

Any screw-ups => drink. After awhile when the mistakes are more frequent, it turns into a really awesome drinking game, especially for those who love fraternities.


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