Just wanted to see how many hubbers played beer pong or know what it is. If you do play, what rules do you use?
I play beer pong quite a bit. We play with mainly traditional rules, but my roommate introduced me to the call it rule, which means if you call the cup you make then it counts for two. However, if you make it in a different cup it doesn't count at all. Also, we stopped playing the death cup rule because it resulted in too many spilled beers. We replaced it with a pressure rule - if you lose by more than 7 cups you have to take a shot along with drinking all the beer.
The pressure rule? I have never heard of that one before.
Haven't played since college...I don't think I knew the rules then??? Or they kept changing them so they could try and get all the girls drunk to take advantage of us...sorry guys...it didn't work
Ha! Well beer pong isn't the best way to go about that. A lot of people get too drunk after playing and throw up. That's totally not sexy.
maybe they just like getting drunk. maybe not.
I play sometimes but mostly when tailgaing. I have one of those portable tables displayed in my beer pong hub. We don't fill the cups with beer, we fill them with water and drink from cans or bottles....lol that may be the old fogy way but I'm not gettin sick!
I play in a lot of tournaments in bars and we have to use water in the cups instead of beer. Most states wont let you play the game in a bar if you area using beers. Plus i agree with ya, I don't want to drink a beer out of a cup ten other people have already had their slobber on
is a bear catholic? house rules are always different, just remember, ball in cup.
by Jesusjohn78 9 years ago
I would like everyone to give an idea of their "house rules" of beer pong. I learned of a new rule earlier and would like to see if I can find more.
by BfoBarney 6 years ago
I am not asking the first video game you ever played, instead the first YOU ever owned and played.For me it was Tomb Raider (1996).
by Peg Cole 3 months ago
Yesterday I noticed that my last three published Hubs in Letterpile are showing published on dates of 12/31/69.Wow, that means they're really old. Even before the Internet.What's up with that?
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