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A drinking game based on my life? Drink to everything; the mundane, the fun, the happy, the sad. The real challenge is to come up with a decent shot for each moment. Grab some booze and follow along!

davidbklyn asked storied Redditors: If somebody is playing a drinking game while watching your life, when do they drink?

Submissions have been edited for clarity, context, and profanity.


Smudge shots: vodka and chocolate syrup.

Everytime I take my glasses off to clean it because of that one tiny droplet/smudge of moisture that magically appears out of nowhere.

Hereditus

The shy Redditor: PBR and Capri Sun.

Every time I type up a full reply to someone else's comment on Reddit, proofread it, then think to myself "Nah that's stupid" and delete it all.

fingerpaintswithpoop

Tequila. Also, you might die.

Every time I do something awkward then get haunted by it for years to come.

deep_fried_gumby

Jameson. 

Every time I tell a joke I've told before. Double-drink if it's the third time I'm telling it, and so on.

Chimerasame

Burnett's Blueberry Vodka on the rocks. Can't be bothered.

Whenever I avoid making a decision by forcing someone else to decide.

xinzei

This calls for a Bud Light bender.

I once hooked up with a chick. It was my first time having sex without being in a relationship. I was extremely uncomfortable so when I left I had no idea what to do. I looked at her and was like "so uh that was fun..... see ya later" then put up finger guns and made tiny pew noises and got the f*ck out. Hook ups aren't my thing.

dannyboy6657

Rum & Coke, because it never tastes bad.

Every time I procrastinate.

I'll finish the list later.

YoHeadAsplode

Chardonnay, you should be ashamed.

Every time I miss an opportunity with a woman.

P.S. take an extra shot if it's because I got too drunk.

true_dough

I like the expanded rules.

davidbklyn

Thank you

I could also do "drink every time he bends the rules" lol

true_dough

Chug that cheap gin - you're already crying.

Every time I break down and text my ex.

silverbackgojira

Oof, nice.

davidbklyn

They'd be as hammered as I am when I do it.

silverbackgojira

More tequila.

Everytime I masturbate.

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