If you like beer and you like to play games then this book is perfect for you. From A to Z there is a game for you to play while drinking that delicious brew. Sit back, open the book and have a great time
Liven up the party with this heady collection of drinking games! Choose from brain-boggling classics such as Fuzzy Duck and Twenty-One or dizzying games of pure chance like TV Drinking and Vodka Roulette – whichever you play, you’re guaranteed to be gleeful and giggly by the end!
In 2014 games critic Cara Ellison rather flippantly pledged to the internet she’d leave home, become itinerant, and travel around the world to live with and write about some of the most interesting game developers and their cultural outlook. As your ‘cyberpunk hair-dyed Attenborough’, originally Cara put up the Embed With Games series monthly on a free blog as she travelled from couch to couch, writing about the people she met and about the way our game creators express the culture around them. The internet generously helped fund her travel costs through a subscription service, egging her on in the only way it could. This is the collected work, called Embed With Games with an exclusive introduction from Kieron Gillen, a cover from Irene Koh, and a conclusion exclusive to the eBook.
The Imbible is the definitive guide to drinking games by Alex Bash, a recent college graduate, therefore an authority on the subject. What do you do when you wake up in an unfamiliar neighborhood hand-cuffed to a fire hydrant, clothed in nothing but socks and pink nail polish, your hand clutching a stained legal document...written in French? Celebrate! You just had a great night! And to think—it all started with The ImBible. This book contains all the drinking game classics, from Quarters to Kings, to today's newest, coolest, and most debauched drinking games, including Beer Roulette and The Lord of the Rings drinking game (every time a character draws a sword more slowly and cinematic than is pragmatic to do in the heat of the battle, drink). Containing original illustrations and more boob jokes than is necessary, this will truly be the bible of drinking games.
On the basis of extensive on-site research, Karen G. Weiss offers a case study of crime victimization at an American "party school" that reverberates beyond a single campus. She argues that today's party school--usually a large public university with a big sports program and an active Greek life--represents a unique environment that nurtures and rewards extreme drinking, which in turn increases the risks of victimization and normalizes bad behavior of students who are intoxicated. Weiss shows why so many students voluntarily place themselves at risk, why so few crimes are reported to police, and why victims often shrug off their injuries and other negative consequences as the acceptable cost of admission to a party.
Poker is currently the hottest card game in America--from novice players involved in poker night to professionals earning millions in nationally televised poker tournaments. 1000 Best Poker Strategies and Secrets is the book readers need to give them the competitive edge over other their competition and help them walk away winners. Packed full of poker secrets, strategies and step-by-step instruction from professional poker champion Susie Isaacs on how to play and win. Including: -- No-limit Texas hold'em -- Limit Texas hold'em -- Seven-card stud -- Seven-card stud high-low split eight-or-better -- Omaha -- Omaha high-low split eight-or-better -- Online poker Featuring a glossary of standard poker terms and poker jargon, as well as the ins and outs of poker protocol and casino etiquette, 1000 Best Poker Strategies and Secrets is a must-have reference for players at all levels.
Gather your friends and your favourite poison for a lost evening with ‘lairy Mary’ and ‘sloshed Josh’. Fill your glass more than half-full and try your hand at this heady mix of giddy games and sozzled sports.
This ambitious and unique volume sets a standard of excellence for research in educational ethnography. The interpretive studies brought together in this volume are outstanding discipline-based analyses of education both in the United States and in complex societies abroad.
Book Description Charity's father passes away and she moves from Shreveport, LA to a small town called Laplace. She begins a new life and career with a Private Investigator named Jim Jones. She is given a partner, Gus Timms-Copeland and seeks to solve the mystery of Lake Pontchartrain. Will Charity finally find true love? Read the adjoining pages of this book to find out.
Roll the dice. Slam the quarter. Flip the cup. Did you win, miss, lose, or guess wrong? Sounds like it’s your turn to drink! Or maybe not, depending on the rules you learned to play by. If you’ve ever gotten into an argument with someone about rules for your favorite drinking game, or just wondered how that insane game at the table next to you is actually played, Fantastic Drinking Games is the book for you. With more than eighty different dice, card, quarter, and cup games, this is the ultimate book for party people!