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post #1 of 7 Old 09-30-2004, 5:15 PM Thread Starter
 
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Somethnig to do during the 'debate'

Doesn't even matter which canidate you like, at the end you'll be to drunk to care...

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Presidential Debate Drinking Game

Let's face it. The presidential debates are a nuisance. But for whatever reason, most television networks feel obliged to carry them.

So stop your whining and make the best of a bad situation with the Official 2004 Presidential Debate Drinking Game. All you have to do is line up your favorite beverage and pick a candidate. Then let the game begin:

- Every time President Bush says the word "safer," take a drink. If he uses the word "democracy" in the same sentence, make it a double.

- For every John Kerry reference to the UN, have a drink.

- If Bush uses the phrase "compassionate conservative," you must chug your entire beverage.

- Take one drink for every three times Kerry points with his left hand.

- Any previously recorded Bushism, like "misunderestimate" or "subliminable," used by the president during the debate requires one drink.

- If Kerry exceeds the time limit for any response, take a drink.

- Back-to-back offenses require a double shot and a NoDoz.

A reference by your candidate to any of the following requires one drink:

1) Florida

2) North Korea

3) Axis of evil

4) Saddam Hussein

5) The American people

- And for an exciting twist on the game, anytime anybody mentions the word "Vietnam," everybody has to take a drink.

In this game, everyone's a winner. At worst, you'll reach the end of the debate experiencing a warm, pleasant buzz. But if you're really lucky, you'll pass out by 10 o'clock and won't have to listen to the closing statements. Cheers!

I'm not even supposed to be here. I'm just "Crewman Number Six." I'm expendable! I'm the guy in the episode who dies to prove how serious the situation is! I've gotta get outta here!

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Re: Somethnig to do during the 'debate'

How about these...?

Every time Kerry's fakey hand gestures don't synch with his talking points you have to drink....

When Bushy says Nucular, you have to drink...

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When Bushy says Nucular, you have to drink...

I do that routinely.
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Re: Somethnig to do during the 'debate'

Funny post. If I still drank I'd play along for sure. I can't say I'll catch any of the debates, since....well...is anyone really going to learn anything from this? It's all one big bi-partisan advertisement and it's scary to think that there are still undecideds out there.
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When Bushy says Nucular, you have to drink...
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I do that routinely.
I've been thinking about this "nucular" thing today...I'm thinking that in the beginning it was unintentional, but now it's fully intentional. He obviously has coaches/advisors to sort these sorts of issues, and is not ignorant of it. I think now that he actually "plays" it as a way of identifying with the majority of Americans that can't pronounce it either.....


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I do that routinely.
Definitely nucular
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Re: Somethnig to do during the 'debate'

just got done watching. help. im out of beer.
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