Aaand (Friday, 16 Nov 2012) Reply
B/c of rule #2 we have all gotten alcohol poisoning.
boredkingdom (Friday, 16 Nov 2012) Reply
drinking games are supposed to be spontaneous. it's no fun when you already know when you're about to drink
Wait, what... (Friday, 16 Nov 2012) Reply
They made LOTR into a movie? Holy crap, nobody told me. When the hell did this happen?
Me (Friday, 16 Nov 2012)
I'm waiting for the novelization!
Reviewer (Saturday, 17 Nov 2012)
Yea but they ruined the prequels though, it's just kids stuff now.
Lorge Gucas (Saturday, 17 Nov 2012)
...and when the novelization is complete, I'll make a movie.
Anarion (Friday, 16 Nov 2012) Reply
Show some respect, guys.
Isildur and I died for that abominable trinket!
Mr. F (Friday, 16 Nov 2012) Reply
are drinking games still funny? Really?
NerdLord (Saturday, 17 Nov 2012)
You're a grumpy old man. Really.
LogiC (Saturday, 17 Nov 2012)
A lot of America's youth are overly coddled with their ineffective education system (no one left behind + teacher tenure + everyone's a winner) and overprotective parents. The consumption of vast quantities of alcohol in an irresponsible way is a way for young adults to break free and "rebel" in a socially acceptable way while they also learn how to be an individual and function in society. Drinking games epitomise this, most invariably lose interest in it about the same time as they finish tertiary education.
Cigol (Saturday, 17 Nov 2012)
...if they are still alive.
Anarion (Saturday, 17 Nov 2012)
@LogiC: You had me at "tertiary".
RWW (Sunday, 18 Nov 2012) Reply
Merry B Pippin?
gkts (Tuesday, 20 Nov 2012) Reply
Drink whenevery the word "ring" is said by anyone. You're drunk when they reach Rivendell.