Drink A Double – The Art Of A Drinking Game

Drinking Game…According to Wikipedia; Drinking games are games which involve the consumption of alcoholic beverages. These games vary widely in scope and complexity, although the purpose of most is to become intoxicated as quickly as possible. Evidence of the existence of drinking games dates back to antiquity.

Drinking games fall into 1 of 8 categories;



Competitive Skill


Card & Dice



Sporting Event

Although I agree with the categories above, I believe they are all just sub-categories of the first….Endurance because without the endurance…you won’t know the others.

One would argue that drinking games are for young college students in fraternities. I would argue this difference; Drinking games are for anyone who likes to have fun. They’re for anyone who wants merely to carry on a tradition. They are for the competitive mind…and they’re for anyone who just wants to drink with a friend.

So if you want to play a good drinking game, stop by the Croghan Street Yacht Club (CSYC for short) https://timhon.wordpress.com/2011/08/05/the-csyc-survival-guide/ watch as a deck falls from the sky.


The name of the game…..Deal’ems


Because Of My Dad

I got this idea from another blog I started following http://forshiggles.wordpress.com/2012/06/17/because-of-my-dad/

Because of my Dad I;

Like to work on my own cars

 know right from left and which way to turn the wrench

was able to mow my yard for several years

can see in the dark (free flashlights)

like corvettes

like the ocean

sometimes speak with a southern accent

know how to use a sling-shot

know how to shoot a gun

love westerns

drink beer

have an extended family

am strong

am strong-willed

love the mountains

know how to play poker

know how to body surf (which lead to learning how to surf)

know how to swim (and hold my breath)

know how to ride a bike

like to lend a hand or help a friend https://timhon.wordpress.com/2011/04/29/the-top-10-reasons-you-should-sleep-with-me/

learned to play baseball/softball

like to teach  https://timhon.wordpress.com/2011/06/20/my-dad-a-father-a-teacher/

will never need an electrician, plumber, carpenter

know to take a family vacation

learned to be adventurous

Because of my Dad, I’ve learned a lot…much more than I can state here. But of all the things I learned from my Dad, I’ve learned to be proud. I’ve learned that you can’t have too many friends and to have fun in everything you do. And most of all… help when you can and even when you can’t.

Because of you Dad…I am a better Man