Miss(ed) Manners

January 22, 2007

Drinking Games

Filed under: CSI,Drinking,Life,State of My Onion — missedmanners @ 6:11 pm

I know the title isn’t at all witty, but one should never joke about drinking games. You should only joke WHILE you’re doing them. I bring this up today because I just saw this link on Fark.com:

The State of the Union Drinking Game

Basically it’s a set of rules to use for when you watch Tuesday’s State of the Union address. Very funny.

This also brings to mind a drinking game my roommate and I have been formulating for some time now, the CSI:Miami drinking game. I’ll post the full details on this game tomorrow, so that you all can find the massive amounts of liquor you’d need to complete one episode, and since Monday is the scheduled air date for the show, the few wee hours between now and then simply wouldn’t suffice.

Here’s a teaser:

If at any time someone actually says David Caruso’s character’s full, ridiculous name (Horatio Caine): 1 Drink

David Caruso removes his sun glasses to emphasize a point: 1 Drink

The emphasized point is the lead in quote to the theme song: Drink half of your drink

3 Comments »

  1. Ah, nothing washes the taste of gun oil of your mouth like a quart of Jim Beam….

    Comment by grouchosuave — January 24, 2007 @ 2:42 am | Reply

  2. lol this sounds super interesting…

    Comment by dragonsvamp — January 24, 2007 @ 10:22 am | Reply

  3. Haha… so basically if I wanna keep drinking I ask super tough questions which only a fanatic of the show would know? Else just make em up?

    Comment by Archu — October 20, 2009 @ 8:34 pm | Reply


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