Top 5 Fun Drinking Games without Cards or Dice or Cups
Everyone loves drinking games, but sometimes you get stuck in a situation where you can’t think a drinking game that doesn’t require some equipment. Luckily for you, we’ve played a lot of drinking games so below we’ll go over the best fun drinking games without cards or dice or cups.
These are great drinking games for you to try at your next party!
You can think of this kinda like truth or dare but without those lame dares. Each person takes a go at being the questioner, this person then has to ask another player a yes or no type question. The answer has to be quick if the player hesitates they must drink, if the player tries to ask a question or interrupts they must drink.
2. I Never
This is a great game if you want to learn new things about people. You start with the statement “I never…” and complete the sentence with something you’ve never done. This could be anything like I’ve never been to Paris or I’ve never been on a ship, anyone who has done these things must drink.
3. The Name Game
This is a great game to play when you’re trying to break the ice. You can choose a category of people like male actors, or musicians, whatever you like and you think of someone from this category. Say you choose James Bond the next person must take the first letter from the last name so this would be B and choose the next name based on this letter. This keeps going until someone repeats a name or someone hesitates for too long, whoever stops must drink.
This is a great game for those of you who like acting or drama. Each person has to choose a gesture that represents themselves which you show to each other. This could be a peace sign with your hand or whatever you like. The first person starts by showing their own then does another player’s gesture, that player then must do the same thing until someone gets it wrong. Whoever gets something wrong drinks.
5. Truth or Dare
This is our favorite drinking game for two people. Now this one is a classic game you played growing up except with alcoholic drinks. You basically go around taking turns asking people truth or dare this is where the twist comes in, if someone chooses either truth or dare and does not want to participate in the dare or does not want to answer the truth question then they must drink.