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The complete book of beer drinking games (and other really important stuff)

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The Complete Book Of Beer Drinking Games lives up to its name with descriptions of fifty hilarious beer games like "Thumper and Quarters" to obscure but wild matches like "Slush Fund" and "Boot-a-Bout". The Complete Book Of Beer Drinking Games celebrates a popular pastime for "towns & gowns" young adults with 144 pages of pure nonsense, including photos of four recent Presidents quaffing brew, dozens of synonyms for puking, a complete semester of college classes based entirely on beer, and, of course, the most thorough encyclopedia of rues and regulations to the best party games of all time. Although The Complete Book Of Beer Drinking Games does celebrate enthusiastic partying, the authors are adamantly opposed to excessive drinking, and especial to drunk driving. A graphic photo of a car wreck and a blunt warning against DUI preface the book. -- Midwest Book Review

Ten years after its first publication--and 400,000 copies later--The Complete Book of Beer Drinking Games remains an essential part of great parties. Completely revised and updated, this bible of imbibers contains 50 beer games, hilarious essays, and much more. Plus, there's a deluxe commemorative barf bag in each book.

About the Author

Andy Griscom, Ben Rand, and Scott Johnston are also the co-authors of ÒBeer Games 2: The Exploitative Sequel.Ó Scott Johnston is also the author of ÒThe Complete Book of Golf Games.
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