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The Best Drinking Games for Students, Adults & Teams

More Information: https://uk.urbanest.com/journal/best-drinking-games-students/


Mr and Mrs Drinking Game


This drinking game is only recommended when you know the group reasonably well, as it could lead to some tension. It’s a good drinking game for four, especially two couples or a group of long-time friends. Two members of the party stand back to back so they cannot see one another (it doesn’t have to be a male and a female). The group then proceeds to ask the pair fairly awkward questions, to which one of them will be the answer. For example, “who is the most fun?” “who is most likely to…?” If the person thinks the question applies to them, they drink.


This great drinking game for adults only works if one of the pair drink at a time, so they have to be critically honest. If both of them drink simultaneously they have to drink again. However, if neither of them go to drink, they have to have a forfeit drink.





Paranoia Drinking Game


Paranoia again is likely to cause some discomfort, so only play after the first couple of weeks with your flat. This game involves whispering a question to the person on your right, the answer of which has to be somebody playing the game. For example, “who’s the best looking out of the group?” The recipient then has to point to the person who they think is the answer to that question. If the person pointed to wants to know what the question was, they have to take a drink.


Shot Roulette


Up there with the best drinking games for adults, Shot Roulette has earned 5th place thanks to being both easy to grasp and without the potential of confrontation. Simply get a tray of shot glasses, fill half of them with water and half of them with vodka. Those playing have to guess what’s in their glass without sniffing the substance. They then take the shot. If they guessed incorrectly, they have to take another.


Beer Pong


Beer Pong is an all-around crowd pleaser, again because it’s easy to follow, however difficult to master. To play this team drinking game lay out two sets of cups forming a pyramid on both ends of the table, gather a ping pong ball and fill the cups with your drink of choice. Although this doesn’t have to be beer, beer is recommended as anything stronger will get expensive, not to mention chaotic, fast.





The teams then take it in turns to throw the ball into the other team’s cups. If you get the ping pong ball into your opponent’s cup, they have to drink its contents.

This is one of the best drinking games for four as you can play in doubles or quick rounds of single matches.


The Flip Cup Drinking Game


Again a game that involves splitting into two teams, flip cup is fairly ferocious. Have two plastic cups ready at the same end of the table and each team forming an orderly line. The first two members of each team kick it off by placing their plastic cup face down over the edge of the table and attempting to flip it so it lands in an upright position. After achieving this, the cup then goes down the line to the next person. The team to finish first wins, the losing team then has to down their drinks. This is one of the most fun team drinking games and will have you laughing all night long.


Never Have I Ever


In the eagerly awaited first place is the easiest and most interesting of the best drinking games. The reason Never Have I Ever is considered one of the best drinking games is it allows you to uncover all sorts of secrets from your flatmates. Taking it in turns, a person simply states something they have never done, for example “never have I ever kissed a French person”. The more promiscuous, the better, making this another top spot contender for dirty drinking games for adults. Those who have then done said thing, have to take a drink. As fun as this game may be while tipsy, be prepared to cringe at the hideous things you’ve confessed the next morning.

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