What is the drinking game with the song?

You play the song “Thunderstruck” by AC/DC. One person starts drinking the first time they sing “THUNDER” and has to keep drinking until “thunder” or “thunderstruck” is said again. You just go in a circle until the end of the song, but some of the times are much longer than others.

How do you play the drinking game Power Hour?

Power hour or 21 for 21 is a drinking game where players must consume a specified number of alcohol shots within one hour. Variants include one shot of beer every minute for an hour, or 60 shots of beer within one hour.

How do you make a drinking game sequence?

Another variation that turns sequence into a drinking game for adults is for each player to pick one (or two) number or face cards. Each time any of the chosen cards is discarded, by any player, the player who chose it has to drink. Last man standing (or the person who wins via the usual way) wins.

How do you play the game Roxanne?

Every time the word “Roxanne” is sung, one team (usually the girls) must take a drink. Every time the words “put on the red light” are heard, the other team (usually the boys) must take a drink. This continues until the song is over and everyone is nice and drunk.

How many beers is 60 shots?

7.5 beers
Do the math: The standard shot glass holds 1.5 ounces of liquid. So that means that over the course of one hour, a player drinking beer will have 60 1.5 oz shot glasses of brew, for a total of 90 ounces, or 7.5 beers (assuming the average beer is 12 ounces).

Can you drink a shot of beer every minute for an hour?

The simplest way to describe the power hour is that you take one shot of beer on the minute, every minute, for one hour. That equates to 60 shots of beer. That’s par for the course for Wade Boggs. And that’s it.

What is the history of the beergame?

History. The beergame (or beer distribution game) was originally invented in the 1960s by Jay Forrester at MIT as a result of his work on system dynamics. While the original goal of the simulation game was to research the effect of systems structures on the behaviour of people (“structure creates behaviour”), the game can be used to demonstrate…

How do you play the beer war game?

The aim of the players is rather simple: each of the four groups has to fulfil incoming orders of beer by placing orders with the next upstream party. Communication and collaboration are not allowed between supply chain stages, so players invariably create the so called bullwhip effect.

What is the supply chain in the beergame?

In the beergame students enact a four stage supply chain. The task is to produce and deliver units of beer: the factory produces and the other three stages deliver the beer units until it reaches the customer at the downstream end of the chain.

Are You Right for the Beer Olympics?

If you’re not quite a world-class athlete, but you still crave the heady rush of elite competition, you might be right for the Beer Olympics, the pentathlon of drinking games. A popular favorite at frosh weeks, pub crawls, and house parties, Beer Olympics is a great choice for large crowds.