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Kings Cup

Kings Cup is a card based drinking game were cards are spread in a circle around an empty center cup. The players will have turns drawing cards from this circle of cards. The rules very for different locations and people playing but usual rules that are seen can be:

Ace - waterfall, everyone drinks (leading with the person who pulled the card) cant stop drinking until person in front of you stops.

2 - You, choose some on to drink

3 - Me, person who draws the card must drink

4 - floor, last person on the floor must drink

5 - guys, all guys must drink

6 - chicks, all girls must drink

7 - heaven, everyone reaches for the sky last person with hand up drinks

8 - mate, choose a mate to be your drinking companion for the night

9 - rhyme, starting with drawer you must continue rhyming off of a word the drawer chooses

10 - rule, make a rule, everyone must obey it, if they don't they must drink

Jack- categories, choose a category going around in a circle once must come up with something that fits into a chosen category (ex. cars, beers, countries)

Queen - question master, once you draw the queen no one can answer your questions if they do answer a question you can tell them to drink.

King - cup, fill the kings cup up a third with your drink (doesn't matter if different drink from previous king drawn) each king fills the cup up last person to draw a king drinks it all.

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