17 Insanely Fun Drinking Games
Here are 17 insanely fun drinking games to play at your next party.Party & Drinking Games — October 15, 2019
Enjoying a party with your friends usually also means drinking quite a lot. But we don’t care about the hangover, because those nights creating lasting memories and true friendships. And to make sure everyone is enjoying the evening, drinking games are the perfect way to spice things up.
Here are 17 insanely fun drinking games that you have to play at your next party:
Buzz seems really simple on paper, but as this is a fast-paced game, it will become harder and harder as the game progresses. The youngest player starts the game by saying “one”, then the player to their left continues to count upwards by saying “two”. This continues until someone messes up the counting.
Now here comes the tricky part: Some numbers must be replaced with the word »Buzz«.
Replace these numbers with the word »Buzz«:
- Numbers with a 7 in it (7, 17, 27…)
- Multiples of 7 (7, 14, 21…)
- Double-digit repeating numbers (11, 22, 33…)
When someone messes up a buzz, everyone drinks.
2. Sip, Sip, Shot
This is the adult version of the childhood game Duck Duck Goose.
The basics of this game are pretty much the same, except it’s much more fun with alcohol.
Each player sits in a circle while the chosen player goes around tapping the other players on the head saying “sip”. Each player that gets the bop saying “sip” must take a sip of their drink. When the chosen player chooses their “shot” victim, they must chase the chosen player around the circle and tag them. If they succeed, they take over as the chosen one. If they fail, they have to take a shot.
3. Kings Cup
The most popular card drinking game in the world. Just grab a deck of cards, place a cup in the middle of the table and start this insanely fun drinking game.
If you don’t have a deck of cards at hand, try out the only version of Kings Cup: Kings Cup Online
Start the game by distributing all cards around the cup in the middle (The Kings Cup). Players now take turns and draw one card at a time.
Each card in the deck has a rule attached to it:
Download the Kings Cup Rules PDF
4. Most likely to
Gather all people in a circle and start asking “Most likely to” question. Such as “Who is most likely to rob a bank?” or “Who would most likely try a threesome?”.
Each player will then point to the player that they believe is the most likely to do that.
If you are the one with the most amount of fingers pointed at you, you have to take a drink for each number of fingers pointed at you. For example, if four people are pointing at you, you must take four sips of your drink.
If you can’t come up with new questions, here you can find a list with over 600 Most likely to questions: Most Likely To Questions
5. Cheers to the Governor
Gather in a circle and have your beers ready.
- One person now starts counting with 1.
- The next person goes on and says 2.
This continues until one person reaches 21. At this point, all players yell “Cheers to the Governor” and drink.
The person who said 21 has the privilege of making up a rule. This rule can be anything that the rest of the players are willing to agree to.
An example would be:
All players must drink at number 7. Or player X drinks at number 10.
When someone breaks a rule or messes something up, the group must go back to 1 and start over.
6. Would you rather
If you love question games, here’s another good one.
In the “Would you rather?” game, you give your opponent exactly two choices that are as opposite as possible. They must then make a decision about the thing that they prefer. The goal of the game “Would you rather?” is to have fun, talk about your favorite things, and learn about your friends’ favorites. This game is also an excellent icebreaker and a fun way to get to know each other better!
Would you rather examples:
Would you rather be famous or rich?
Would you rather be a pokemon trainer or attend Hogwarts?
Try out Would you rather? Online Version
7. Straight Face
Start the game by handing out pieces of paper to each player. Now everyone writes short, funny and inappropriate sentences on the paper. Sentences that will make your friends struggling to read while maintaining a straight face.
Each player takes their turn choosing a piece of paper and reading what’s on it while trying not to laugh. If the player fails to keep a straight face, they must take a drink.
8. Truth or Dare
Probably the best game to get to know each other and making out. With funny “truth” questions and dirty “dares”, this game will spice things up a notch.
Start the game by gathering in a circle. One player will be chosen randomly (for example with a spinning bottle). You then ask the player “Truth or Dare?”.
If the player chooses “Truth”, you then can ask one of many questions you always wanted to know about them.
- What your grossest habit?
- What is the first thing you would do if you were to wake up as the opposite sex?
- Have you ever pooped your pants in public?
If the player chooses “Dare”, you can make them do ridiculous things like:
- Take a banana or cucumber and simulate the perfect Blow Job.
- Give a kiss to the player to your right.
- Make 5 push-ups.
If the player refuses to answer the question or don’t wanna do the dare, the player must drink.
Try out Truth or Dare - Online or have a look at our Ultimate List of Truth or Dare
9. Bloody Hell Dice Game
For Bloody Hell Dice you’ll need a die and a couple of friends. Begin the game by rolling the die.
The first player now has to match the number on the die by either rolling the exact number the first time or rolling two or three numbers that add up the original number.
If the player fails to get to the original number within three rolls, they have to drink.
After the first player’s turn is over, the player to the left goes next by trying to match the last number that was rolled.
Will you be lucky?
10. Never have I ever
If you never ever heard about this game, chug your beer immediately. This infamous question game is popular amongst each age, not only because it’s super easy to play, but also because all the secrets you will spill out while playing.
One player starts the game by saying a statement that begins with “Never have I ever”.
For example: Never have I ever had sex with another player on this table.
Anyone who has ever had sex with another player has to drink now.
If no one can agree with the statement, then the player who made the statement must drink.
Then it goes on clockwise and the next player meets the next statement, starting again with »Never have I ever«.
We also made an online version of Never have I ever, or if you’re only looking for naughty questions, check out our list of hundreds of Never have I ever - Questions.
11. Bite the Bag
Put a bag on the ground and have everyone stand in a circle around it.
In the first round, each player has to lean over and pick up the bag only using their mouth. You are not allowed to use your hands in any way. If you fail to pick up the bag using your mouth, you have to drink.
After everyone tried it one time, it’s time for round two! Snip off one inch of the top of the bag. Now everyone tries again.
Round three? You get the idea…
This keeps going until nothing is left of the bag.
12. The Alphabet Game
In this fun drinking game, each player taking turns to recite words that begin with each letter of the alphabet.
However, all the words must have a theme. For example, if the theme is movies, the first person could say American Beauty, the next person could say Basic Instinct, then Catch Me If You Can, Dumb and Dumber and so on…
Each player will take turns reciting a word for the next letter of the alphabet. If you can’t think of a word, or if you mess up, take a drink.
Prepare some shots and gather all the people around the table.
Each player will begin the game with their head on the table or with eyes closed. One player then starts counting backward 3, 2, 1 and everyone looks up / open their eyes and stare at someone you can decide. If you’re looking at someone and the person is also looking at you, you both scream “Medusa!” and you both take a shot. If nobody is looking at you, you can skip the shot.
This game continues until the very last shot is gone.
14. Cup Swap
Prepare two cups and a spoon for each player. Fill one cup with an alcoholic beverage and leave the other cup empty.
When the game starts, each player has exactly 1 minute to pour as much of the drink as they can into the empty cup using only a spoon. Once the minute is over, the players must drink the remainder of the original cup.
15. Mr. Freeze
Mr. Freeze can be played throughout the entire party. One person gets the title of being “Mr. Freeze”. During the evening, this person can randomly choose to “freeze” and everyone that notices must stop and do the same. The last person to follow the freeze takes a shot.
The first person that noticed the freeze is now the new Mr. Freeze. It’s a fun side-game that can be played while playing other games on this list.
16. I’m Going to the Bar
Have you ever played the game “I’m Going on a Picnic”? This game is just like that, but with drinks.
The first person begins by saying, “I’m going to the bar and I need to get a Gin Tonic” (or any other alcoholic beverage).
After that, the next player repeats the drink that the previous player said… but add another drink to the list.
You keep going and going until someone messes up. The player who messes up takes a shot.
17. Attached at the Hip
This party game will bring you closer together — literally.
Write body parts (elbows, ears, butts, pinkie fingers) on pieces of paper and place them in a pile.
Now all players break up into pairs and each due draws two pieces of paper.
Everyone must stay “attached” to their partner by that body part for as long as they can.
If you fail to stay attached, Both of you take a shot!
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