It looks like a cross between a decanter, a magic lamp, and a classy beer bong, but in actuality, the Spanish porrón is your new favorite way to drink wine. Head outside with some chilled Txakoli and 15 of your closest friends because wine glasses are not required for the summer’s most fun – and […]
Unless you have a bachelor party coming up, or your favorite squadron just won a sporting competition, you probably have no immediate cause to shotgun a beer.
There are baby shower games, and then there are baby shower DRINKING games, as in the games you play privately as you endure (enjoy!) yet another baby shower. If you’re not the one blessedly, blissfully poppin’ one out, that means you can drink at the baby shower, and you’ll probably need to.
We have to assume Macaulay Culkin just goes into some kind of isolation tank this time of year, since Home Alone continues to be one of the most overplayed movies of the holiday season. Sure, worthy challengers like Elf and Bad Santa have made their respectively giddy and grim way into the seasonal viewing cycle.
In the past we’ve explored the history of two drinking games for adults, bocce and pétanque, and taught you how to play them. Both are great options, especially when the weather is nice outside, but today we’re going back through history to uncover six forgotten drinking games from around the world. Kottabos – Ancient Greece […]
Although the term drinking game is synonymous with college activities such as beer pong, flip cup and the like, there was a time not long ago when a drinking game was a casual afternoon spent with friends, where drinking was (not so) merely incidental to the ‘athletic’ activities. Some people even believed that the drinking […]