The Rules:

A

Time Out

You’ve been bad, go to the corner. Seriously, go play the game from the designated Time Out corner until someone else draws this card or the game ends.

2

You

The player who drew this card selects someone who then must drink.

3

Me

The player who drew this card must drink.

4

Reflect

Hold on to this card, you can use it to reflect a drink, question or dare to another player.

5

Guys

Any players with a pecker must take a drink.

6

Chicks

Any players with boobs must take a drink.

7

Heaven

All players must point toward the sky. The last player to point must drink.

8

Most Likely To

The drawer of this card chooses a possible activity, like “throw up tonight” or “have a secret crush on Justin Bieber”. All participants point at the person they think is most likely to do this activity. Each finger pointing at you is one drink.

9

Thumb Master

The player who picks this card can place their thumb anywhere at any time and the last player to notice and place their thumb in the same position must drink. For example if you place your thumb on the person to your lefts’ nose then all players must place their thumb on the nose of the player to the left. The last person to do this must drink.

T

Countries

First player says any country they want, next player must use the last letter of the country as the starting letter of their country. Play goes until someone messes up.

J

Categories

The player who drew the card picks a category such as sports teams or bands from the ’90s, the players then go around in the circle saying items from that category; the first player who can not think of an item or says something not in the category (or if all items have been exhausted) must drink.

Q

Question Master

Whoever draws this card becomes the question master. Whenever they ask you a question, you must answer their question with another question, or else not answer them at all. If you answer a question with a statement, you must take one drink. This person is the question master until someone else draws a queen.

K

Simon Says

The person who draws the card starts with a sign, for example peace sign or touching ones nose, and the next does the same and adds another. The next person does both previous signs and adds another. And so on until someone misses a sign or takes too long.