Tired of losing all the drinking games at parties? Want to show everyone else that you are the greatest? Of course you do! Unfortunately, you don’t have the drive or tenacity to practice beer pong, or the desire to accept the luck of circle of death. We’ve got the perfect solution. Here are a few tips and tricks to ensure everyone’s admiration the next time you enter the party-game arena.
1. Flip Cup
Flip cup is a standard game at any party. Fill the cup about a quarter to halfway with beer, drink it, then place the cup’s open face down. After that’s accomplished, the player will use just one hand to flip it back up so the cup lands back on its bottom.
When it comes time to fill the cup, just fill it up about one-twelfth of the way full. If someone calls you out (very unlikely), fill it up to at most one-sixth, then argue with them that it is just as full as theirs. They’ll cave.
And hey, why just use one hand when there are two perfectly good ones? Everyone else is probably going to be distracted by their own part of the match, so feel free to sneak a second hand in there for balance. Your team will be on your side if they want the win. And just promise not to do it next time! (But don’t worry, you can do it again next time).
2. Any card game
Cheating at card games is easy, and it just requires looking at everyone else’s cards or getting a sneak-peak at the deck.
In games like pyramid bullshit, memorizing your cards might seem too difficult, especially after too many Fuzzy Navels. Just pretend to text and put the info into your phone. No one but you will know, and you’ll get a guaranteed win.
3. Beer Pong
So you’re trying to cheat in the big leagues. Beer pong is one of the most serious drinking games, and people won’t hesitate to call a player out on elbows and other mistakes. If someone wants to play big, they’ll have to cheat big.
Take one or two of the cups (any more will be obvious) and throw in a little plastic wrap on top of the water. With sufficient adhesive, the ball could bounce right back out, infuriating the other team and helping you become the victors. And worst-case scenario, it will give you a few extra seconds to flick the ball out of the cup, keeping your team in the league.
Sure, this kind of behavior won’t be netting you any new friends at the party, but with this much dedication for victory, you probably weren’t trying to make some anyway! So give these tips a try, and let us know how they worked out.