We all love to drink (Rosè, white and red wines are our personal prefs), and it
should be entertaining enough watching your friends embarrass themselves with
their own drunken personalities. Sometimes though, a little friendly competition
doesn’t hurt to spice up the party. These are The Drop’s 5 favorite drinking games to
guarantee a good time. Don’t worry; we’ve done extensive testing with a certain
canned rosé. 

1. Cheers Governor

A simple game that with time gets incredibly complicated – in the best way. Drinkers sit in a circle and one-by-one count from 1 to 21. Each time the sequence is finished the person who reaches 21 gets to create a new rule for one of the numbers that everyone must remember. Whoever messes up and forgets a rule first has to drink, and start over back at number 1. Who knew memory training and drinking could go hand in hand?

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2. Flip Cup

A classic use of the red solo cup, and easy to follow instructions (based loosely on the game name). Two teams of an equal number go head to head finishing their drinks and successfully flipping their cup upside down. Whichever team finishes the relay first wins bragging rights, and will probably challenge again due to cockiness. 

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3. Quarters

All you need is a shot glass and some pocket change and we can promise entertainment all night long. Simply take turns bouncing a quarter off a table and into a shot glass. Whoever is successful chooses another player to drink. Very little skill required, but we’ve heard rosé drinking helps. 

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4. Most Likely To

Best Played with the best of friends, since you probably know all their embarrassing stories and secrets. Players take turns announcing a “most likely to” title, and on the count of three everyone points to the player that they think should win. You drink if you get more than one person pointing at you. 

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5. Beer Pong

Arguably the toughest drinking game around, this one requires real hand-eye coordination. But instead of playing pingpong to win, you play to get your serve into the number of cups placed in your opponents court. The twist we like best though is replacing beer with rosé. Ours belongs in a can, but it really is just as fun in a red Solo cup. Skill is required to play, but wins usually increase with more alcohol. 

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