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One Fat Hen
One Fat Hen (also called One Red Hen) is a drinking game. It is based on the difficulty people often have in repeating exactly what the leader says, and the amusing possibilities when they get it wrong.
The normal mode of play is that the leader recites the first line of the game and then all the players take it in turns to First - Sip the drink; Second - repeat the line; and Third - take another sip; if anyone makes a mistake, he or she must take a drink (or pay a forfeit) and ask the Leader to repeat. They then repeat the turn (Sip-Repeat-Sip). When everyone has got it right, the leader starts again, and adds the second line. Each player must now say the first and second lines, and so on, like this:
Leader - *sip* One fat hen! *sip*
Player 1 - *sip* One fat hen! *sip*
Player 2 - *sip* One hat fen!(takes a drink, and must repeat the line) *sip* One fat hen! *sip*
Player 3 - *sip* One fat hen! *sip*
Leader - *sip* One fat hen, couple duck *sip*
Player 1 - *sip* One fat hen, couple duck *sip*
Player 2 - *sip* One fat hen, two ducks(takes another drink, and starts again)
Player 3 - *sip* One fat hen, couple duck *sip*
and so on, with increasing mirth.
The original set of sentences is:
- One Fat Hen
- Couple Duck
- Three Brown Bear
- Four Running Hare
- Five Fat Fickle Females Sitting Sipping Scotch
- Six Simple Simons Sitting on a Stump
- Seven Sinbad Sailors Sailing Sailing the Seven Seas, on a sloop
- Eight egotistical egoists, echoing echoing egotistical ecstasies
- Nine nude nibs, nib, nib, nibbling on nix, nags, and nicotine
- I never was a fig plucker, not a fig plucker's son, but I'll keep plucking fig til the fig plucker comes
- You bet your sweet ass I'm a turtle
Drink While You Think
"Drink while you think" (known in some quarters as simply "The Name Game", "Coge lo que pienses", or "Imbibe whilst you cogitate" under International Drinking Rules) is a very simple drinking game.
The player to start will say the name of a famous person. This is normally the Prime Minister, President, or other Head of State of the day. The next person in the circle must then say the name of another famous person, whose first name begins with the first letter of the previous famous person's surname. For example, "Tony Blair" could be followed by "Barry McGuigan", which might be followed by "Michael Douglas". While thinking, the player must continuously imbibe. Players may additionally engage in "social drinking" at any time.
Names cannot be repeated; such repetition results in an automatic drinking fine.
At least 2 other players must have heard of the person named for it to be valid.
- The game is also sometimes known as "Celebrity".
- Fictional characters can be allowed. In some circles, the use of a fictional character should be accompanied by an arm movement similar to that of a bird impression, also used as part of the actions to the Birdy Song. Failure to make this action is punishable by the drinking of two digits.
- Valid names can be limited to a particular group, for example: sports personalities, actors, or even German physicists
- You can also enlarge the game by adding movies and bands
- One-word answers are legal. One-word answers just send the first letter to the next person, for instance "George Michael", "Madonna", "Michael Barrymore", or in some variants the last letter of a one-word answer is used, such as "Sarah Jessica Parker", "Prince", "Elijah Wood." This can reverse play as in the double initials rule, or skip a player as in UNO. A further variant is if naming a one-name famous person (e.g. "Cher"), the namer can then nominate anyone in the players' circle to continue.
- If the first and last name begin with the same letter (for example: Mickey Mouse) then the order you were playing in is reversed. This often results in show downs as two competing players reverse back and forth wi
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