game drinks

An Idea

In spite of the Others, the university of Elsewhere is considered a safe place. Sure, you might need to walk the grounds with salt packets in your sleeves or instant porridge oats in your coat pocket. Okay, the vending machines might drop the occasional tooth and the shadows might stretch too far, too real and grasping. Drinking games might have more weight, and an even greater cost, with tall boys dealing the cards nimbly with slender fingers. Some students might be lost, replaced, taken, or changed by the Fair Folk of Elsewhere University.

  But there are far worse things lurking just out of sight, drawn close by the Uni’s hallowed grounds. Greater terrors kept away by the Court. Things that make even the most vicious member of the Unseelie seem friendly and mild.

  An emaciated pale ‘it’ was spotted late January, scuttling about the edges of a carpark beside the student bar. With ink black eyes, and yellow teeth made for rending and slurping arterial fluid; the beast looked nothing like the swarthy seductive figures found in young adult novels, that the student’s laughed at so often. On one night in early February, the baying of hounds and the hooting of the Fae reached a final crescendo with the piercing shriek of a dying thing. Later that morning, students showered themselves clean of the garlic and herb dip they had rubbed under their armpits, and set to work washing the mustard stains out of the dorm carpets.

  Elsewhere University is kept protected from the predators that prowl too close, chased away by the Court.

  Bloated, black-skinned corpse eaters are beaten back from the Biology labs. Watch close, as women with fox’s eyes and hair as dark as night, snarl at the scarecrow perched next to the University fountain; the scarecrow mewls quietly from inside its sack head, and is gone the morning after. Dead men with hollow eyes and hissing, maddening tongues are kept at bay, and too clever ravens, broaching bargains in return for first-born children, are mobbed by the Uni’s resident crows.

  The only boogeymen tolerated at Elsewhere University are the ones that belong to the Court of the Fair Folk. With only one exception.

  The rage of the Gentry is to be feared and respected, and the price of dealing with them is high (though the cost of crossing them is even higher). Some shadow things, nameless beasts, and wayward beings bound to moonlight, are allowed to make their homes at Elsewhere University. But never without the Court’s permission. Never for too long. But once upon a time, a force of nature came to Elsewhere. Something the Fair Folk had no power, alone or as one, to chase off.

  It came one day and took the western corner of the University campus as its home, displacing the Court that lived there with ease. The beast, huge and old, slithered beneath the rotted sports shed, hidden at the Edge of Things. Under the derelict and forgotten shed, the fairy hoard had sat (filled with treasures taken, bartered, traded, and stolen from the students).

  Now it is no longer theirs to keep. They cannot reclaim it themselves, because that is not the way. The Wee Folk of the Court do not do great deeds, so instead they gift and trick the strongest, smartest, loudest, and most cunning of the University’s students to remove the monster atop their treasures. None have returned.

So, remember, when you walk the western corner of the campus (past the metalworker’s shop), where only the crows fly, and you taste something sharp and acrid in the air, beware that rotted sports shed, hidden just at the Edge of Things. For the rage of the fae is nothing compared to the wroth of the Wyrm that sleeps there; far older and more cunning, with no patience for feeble dealings, and no compromise for those that dare steal. (themagnificentgod)

The official reason the old english building is fenced off is structural damage (it does almost violently decrepit), and possibly some kind of toxic chemical (the faculty’s reasons are vague). You don’t need to be told to stay away, though. Even before you’re Involved, you don’t need to be told to stay away. There is an animal instinct at the base of your skull telling you that you wouldn’t ever come back.

Drinking Games!
  • Christophe: Never have I ever fallen in love at first sight.
  • Victor: *To Yuuri* Your good looks are getting me drunk, I hope you appreciate that.

QUESTION: so when americans are at bars and clubs and stuff, which drinking games do u play? like, in denmark we play this game called ‘møller’ with dices, and it’s basically that you have to get as much or more as the person before you, or lie about it - so if the person get’s a 5 and a 3, they get 53, and if u get something below that u’ll lie and say like 65, and the person after u decides if they believe u, and if they call bullshit and they’re right, u drink a whole beer, if not then they drink one, simple stuff. do u have a version of that /something like it in the us?

anonymous asked:


She told me she was playing drinking games with her friends last night and they kept asking about me and she kept blushing

Chopped drinking game

1 drink if:

- three males and one female 

- someone says something along the lines of “I’m too good for this ingredient" 

- someone garnishes with citrus

- someone fries an ingredient for a garnish 

- multiple chefs make the same type of dish

- only one person knows how to correctly prepare the ingredient

- someone forgets a basket ingredient until the last minute

- someone leaves off a basket ingredient

- an italian pronounces everything in a thick accent

- salad in the appetizer round

- ice cream in the dessert round

- someone panics over their baked dessert not cooking

- someone attempts to make a risotto

- someone talks about chopping something up and then cuts themself

- a competitor “has overcome a lot of obstacles and is not going to let this one take them down”

- “get it on the plate”

- sriracha

- “I’m looking down at my dish and I’m feeling good”

- a judge asks someone if they tasted their dish and they didn’t

2 drinks if:

- alex and scott are sitting next to each other

- a dessert isnt sweet enough for amanda

3 drinks if:

- scott conant’s chest hair is showing

- ted allen says “be well”

- someone describes food as “sexy” (+1 if it’s scott conant)

finish your drink if:

- that one asshole that you were rooting against wins


There is a sacred bond between those who watch volleyball together…


It’s Kevin time *gets hit in the face with a chair*

Uno:The Movie! Drinking Game

Everytime lil j says “ Heres to you kid”: take a shot

Everytime they successfully stack (add on to a +2 or +4 card): Take a shot

Everytime someone doesnt call a UNO when they have 1 card: Take a shot

Everytime someone puts a reverse card ontop of another reverse card: Take a shot.

Everytime someone can place down a card BUT choses to draw a card: Take a shot.

Everytime someone says to “Challenge it”: Take a shot

Everytime Someone skips Gavin: Take a shot.

Everytime someone someone gets back their ORIGINAL hand: Take a shot.

Everytime someone says “Slut”: Take a shot

(thats all I got for now but feel free to add more if you think of anything)

YOI Drinking Game:

Anytime Victor and Yuri hug, cuddle, or does something couple like: take three shots

Take two shots anytime Victor gets naked.

Take one shot anytime Georgi goes into his emo mood.

Take two shots anytime Christophe comes on the ice.

Take one shot anytime Phichit takes a picture of his friends in a compromising position.

Take one shot anytime Guang Hong thinks about Leo.

Take one shot anytime Mila makes fun of Yurio

Take two shots anytime Yurio have an angry reaction to something.

Take one shot anytime Victor speaks english or goes ‘vkusno’

Take one shot anytime Yuri thinks about pork cutlet bowls.

take one shot anytime Yuri have an inner monologue about something.

Take one shot every time Mickey says Sala Take one shot every time JJ do the thumb thing Take one shot every time Otabek either looks at Yurio or thinks about him.

Please drink water though.