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Ridley's Games GME060 Drunken Pirates, Drinking Game A6, Multicoloured

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Like Synonyms, Rhymes requires players to take turns adding words. Instead of listing synonyms, participants name words that rhyme with the starter word.

Pet Peeves is a Zoom drinking game for large groups. To play, assign each participant a pet peeve. Then, send attendees to breakout rooms. Players announce to the room, “my pet peeve is…” The other players confess whether or not the phrase applies, and if so, player one must drink. For example, if “my pet peeve is people who play the banjo,” and another player raises a hand, then player one takes a sip. The game breaks the ice and helps guests get to know each other. Players understand the “pet peeves” are not real. It took me too long to realize, so that person got a hug anyway! 12. Never have I ever watched porn. To play as a drinking game, the team with the least answers drinks. Another fun rule is that the player with the best justification can choose someone to drink.I’d be afraid to accidentally send the message to the wrong person! 21. Never have I ever been caught having sex. Alternative version for little people: Toddlers and preschoolers can run around while you play the song Baby Shark. Pirate Pinata

Now it’s time to get the secrets spilling out! We’ve put together a list of intimate and dirty questions to give you a better idea of what to ask. Have fun, and be ready for surprises! 1. What’s your craziest one-night-stand story? With no sports on, your friendship group might be missing the healthy competition aspect of your friendship. The essential thing about Would You Rather questions is that they should have two options. If you’re playing for the first time, here’s a brief introduction to the game:You can play Charades easily online without leaving the comfort of your home! All you need is a device with internet access and at least two people to join you! Thanks to video call platforms like Zoom, Skype, and FaceTime, you can instantly connect with your friends! Words with friends is another non-drinking game that can be converted into a virtual online drinking game easily. It’s basically scrabble on a smart phone. You take turns to place a word on the board. Just like in scrabble, you get points for how good the word is and whether you were able to place it on sections of the board that provide bonus points. To turn this into an online drinking game, you simply need to make the player who gets the least points per turn to take a sip. If you’re no good at word games, you’ll get tipsy pretty fast! 9. ‘Buzz’ via Skype One good thing you can do is add a subject so each letter will have to fit a certain category. For example, you could say everyone has to say an animal that begins with one of the letters. Or if you wanted to try something very difficult, you could try to do the alphabet in reverse! Controlling emotions is something we practice throughout our whole lives! 9. Who is most likely to cry in a public place?

I’d only consider going to work naked if I worked in a sauna! 3. Would You Rather drink beer or wine?

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Set up a simple grid system on a large sheet of paper or poster board labeled with numbers and letters. Each player will have their own “fleet” of pirate ships represented by paper cut-outs or small toys. The goal is to try to sink the opposing player’s fleet by calling out coordinates on the grid. Pirate Freeze Dance Each flip card will give you a challenge that you’ll need to read out to the rest of the group. The challenges in Drunk Pirate come in many forms but to give you some examples; you could get asked to vote for the best-looking player.

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