Flip, Sip, or Post
The only things you need for this game are a coin, a friend, and shots of your favourite drink. Decide who will flip the coin first. They have to guess which side, heads or tails, the coin fell on. In this case, he or she will flip the coin. If the person is wrong, you flip the coin again. This time, if he or she guesses right, the person must answer any question you ask them. This is the second time.
If he or she is wrong, you flip the coin a third time. This is the most important thing to do. If he or she is right, he or she takes a shot. You get to pick a social media platform and decide what the loser has to say if he or she is wrong again. It doesn’t matter if he or she texts the third person on their list “I just pooped my pants” or posts a status on Facebook that says “I really like sniffing my own armpits.” This game is bound to be embarrassing. In this case, it’s his or her turn to flip the coin and yours to guess. I hope this game doesn’t mess with your social life too much.
Party with two? Keep calm. While most drinking games are meant for groups, there are some that can be played by two people.
Everyone likes a good drinking game, and it’s a good way to add a little fun to the evening.
Here are some games that are fun to play when you drink together. The good news is that for many of them, you don’t need any extras. All you need is you and your partner and your favourite drink.
Many drinking game apps have been made for phones so that you and your friends can play them at your next party.
Ready for a drink? Keep reading to find out about each game.
Two Truths and a Lie
We are still getting to know each other. Then Two Truths and a Lie might be the game for you and your friends. Choose a different game if, on the other hand, you have been best friends for years or you’ve been in love for a long time.
When you don’t know everything about the other person, this game is the best. You don’t need any props or cards to play.
Begin by having one person list two things that are true about them and one thing that isn’t. The order of the statements doesn’t matter, and that person must list the statements with confidence as if they’re all true, even if they’re not.
If the other player isn’t sure, they have to figure it out. If they get it right, the person they named has to drink. They must drink if they don’t know.
The next player will then play, and so on. Take shots or mix drinks to play the game. It all comes down to how drunk you want to get.
Choose facts that the other person doesn’t know. For the lie, pick something that could be very real. That’s how to win Two Truths and a Lie.
To drink, I like Speed Facts, which is a game for two people to play. This game is coming up, and I hope that you know your opponent very well. The goal of this game is to say things about each other that you know. Getting a strike if a fact is wrong or it takes more than three seconds to think of one is bad. After three strikes, someone has to shoot. Keep playing until neither of you can come up with any more facts.
Higher or Lower
For a quick and easy game, Higher or Lower is the way to go. All you need is a deck of cards, or you could use a card deck app on your phone.
The dealer puts down a card that came from the top of the deck, then starts to play. That’s when the second player makes a guess about whether the next card is higher or lower than the card that was put down.
In this case, the second player is correct, and the dealer drinks if they are right. However, if the second player is wrong, they should drink.
Learn about other fun two-player card games.
Never Have I Ever
It’s possible that Never Have I Ever is one of the most popular drinking games out there. You might already know it. As a group, the game is usually played. But it’s also fun to play it with two people.
Never Have I Ever is best played with two people who don’t already know everything about each other. You want to find as many hidden things you can.
Someone says something they’ve never done before. Because of the tone, it can be tame or wild. However, to make the game more interesting, people often list things that are very weird or suggestive. In this case, you could say, “Never have I ever gone skinny dipping or been arrested.”
Afterward, the other person will have to drink. If they haven’t already, they don’t drink. Then they’ll go, and so on.
Find more card games for adults that are fun.
This is another game that’s played in groups, but it can also be played by two people. As well, you’ll need to think about the right tools. You’ll need alcohol, two plastic cups, and a table.
If you like beer, you can play the game that way.
Add some alcohol to two plastic cups and put them on different sides of the table. They then stand on opposite sides of the table, next to their cups.
To start, both players need to grab their cups and drink the alcohol in them as quickly as possible, so the game can start. Afterward, each cup must be placed upside down on the table, with a small part of the cup sticking out. Players must try to flip the cup over from where it’s hanging over the edge of the table. They want the cup to land on the table the right way up when they do this.
A player must put the cup back in the same place each time they fail. Both players have to keep going until there is a winner at the end of the game.
While the game is simple, it’s very exhilarating and exciting and you’ll find your heart racing as you hope to land your cup the right way up.
I’m Going on a Picnic
Alcohol and your imagination are all you need to play I’m Going on a Picnic.
In the beginning, each player has to go through the alphabet and name things to bring on a picnic. New items must be added each time.
‘I’m going on a picnic, and I’m going to bring almonds with me.’ Then, player two may say, “I’m going on a picnic, and I’m taking almonds and berries with me.” Game: Until someone makes a mistake or forgets one of the items, the game will go on.
The game gets more and more funny as the players get drunker and farther down the alphabet, with more and more silly things being listed. You might argue about why someone would bring a xylophone to a picnic.