So you’ve arrived on campus, ready to start the new term. But first… |
Getting involved in Fresher’s Week is the best way to start the year.
You’ll get to know your new room-mates, class-mates and experience the best clubs around town (or at least until your student loan runs out and mum bails you out).
Here are 6 of the easiest, but best, drinking games you should have up your sleeve for your first party at the new digs:
|Drink While You Think|
Everyone sit in a circle or round a table.
First person gives a famous name such as Elvis Presley.
The next person has to immediately give a famous name whose first
name begins with the same letter as the last name of the previous person.
Eg. Elvis Presley >> Paris Hilton >> Hugh Jackman … you get the idea!
If someone says a name whose first & last name begin with the same letter
(i.e. Kim Kardashian), then the rules of play are reversed.
Players must drink constantly while they think of a name / if they give a name that’s already been given or give a name that is deemed unacceptable by the group.
|The Ke$ha Game |
This one’s easy. Just repeat every last word you say-say.
If you forget, take a drink.
|T-Rex Arms |
Every time you go to take a drink you need to lock your arms in at
your sides to give you T-Rex arms. If you forget – drink again!
All you need to play this is a phone or laptop to play ‘Roxanne’ by the Police.
Girls, every time you hear ‘Roxanne’ sung – stand up and take a drink.
Guys – it’s your turn every time you hear ‘put on a red light’.
|Drunk Jenga |
If you struggle to play this sober just wait ’til you try this version!
The game follows the rules of regular Jenga. Each player must take a turn
removing a brick from the tower with 1 hand.
If the block is successfully removed – follow the rule written on it. If the tower collapses you need to finish your drink!
|Never Have I Ever |
Everyone sit in a circle with a drink (you definitely don’t want shots for
this one…). The first player announces something they’ve never done, for
example: ‘Never have I ever been to a football match’.
All the players who have been to football matches would then need to take a drink, and so on.