People Imagine Their Rules If People Played A Drinking Game Based On Their Life
A drinking game based on my life? Drink to everything; the mundane, the fun, the happy, the sad. The real challenge is to come up with a decent shot for each moment. Grab some booze and follow along!
davidbklyn asked storied Redditors: If somebody is playing a drinking game while watching your life, when do they drink?
Submissions have been edited for clarity, context, and profanity.
Smudge shots: vodka and chocolate syrup.
Everytime I take my glasses off to clean it because of that one tiny droplet/smudge of moisture that magically appears out of nowhere.
The shy Redditor: PBR and Capri Sun.
Every time I type up a full reply to someone else's comment on Reddit, proofread it, then think to myself "Nah that's stupid" and delete it all.
Tequila. Also, you might die.
Every time I do something awkward then get haunted by it for years to come.
Every time I tell a joke I've told before. Double-drink if it's the third time I'm telling it, and so on.
Burnett's Blueberry Vodka on the rocks. Can't be bothered.
Whenever I avoid making a decision by forcing someone else to decide.
This calls for a Bud Light bender.
I once hooked up with a chick. It was my first time having sex without being in a relationship. I was extremely uncomfortable so when I left I had no idea what to do. I looked at her and was like "so uh that was fun..... see ya later" then put up finger guns and made tiny pew noises and got the f*ck out. Hook ups aren't my thing.
Rum & Coke, because it never tastes bad.
Every time I procrastinate.
I'll finish the list later.
Chardonnay, you should be ashamed.
Every time I miss an opportunity with a woman.
P.S. take an extra shot if it's because I got too drunk.
I could also do "drink every time he bends the rules" lol
Chug that cheap gin - you're already crying.
Every time I break down and text my ex.
They'd be as hammered as I am when I do it.
Everytime I masturbate.
Secretly, we all fear having birthdays like the one in Sixteen Candles, where nobody shows up and we're forced to deal with how lonely we feel as people. But sometimes, people have things happen on their birthday that put Molly Ringwald to shame.
It stinks to have your special day go sour. Moreover, it hurts, that if whatever happened was bad enough, you will never be able to not associate your birthday with that awful thing.