The website Food Beast recently spotted this beer pong arcade games in Las Vegas. To that, all I have to say is: IS NOTHING SACRED THESE DAYS?!
Considering the game doesn’t provide you with alcohol, what’s the point of playing beer pong if you’re not getting drunk? Half the fun is knowing that your ability to aim gets worse (or better, considering how much more confident you become) with each drink. Then there’s knowing that there’s no one at the other end to heckle at. What about re-racking? Guarding rules?! WHY HAS THE FUN BEEN SUCKED OUT OF BEER PONG?
Basically, this the game for people who’ve seen too many college movies and don’t have any friends to play beer pong with.
Jonathan Keltz gets to do what a lot of his don’t get to: get paid to party. As an actor in the new movie 21 And Over, our host Simon Mohos just had to challenge Jonathan to a game of good ol’ beer pong.
The stakes have never been hinger as Simon got the star to spill some secrets from the set with every ball he or Jonathan sunk during the game (hey, we never said it was going to be a fair fight). Just like the bad beer we brought into the office, we got Jonathan to pour his soul out (not really).
He made us feel like we were on set with his stories of playing beer pong, shooting pool and awkwardly dancing without music. Although we did get some juicy tidbits such as his most embarrassing drunk moment. Trust us, it’s pretty bad.
1. Just a casual meal on the commute home.
2. The real-life Up.
3. Sleepy kitty.
4. Aliens exist, people.
5. An epic game of beer pong?
We’re on the cusp of a new school year and once again I find myself wishing it didn’t have to be this way. Since my wishes rarely come true, the best I can do is try and smooth the transition into post-secondary hell for those misguidedly eager first-year faces.
I might not be able to convince you to start that 12-page essay a month before it’s due, or stop you from drinking at a floor-mate’s birthday party the night before your final exam; but I can teach you how to speak that incomprehensible college language your elders have already grasped.
So, as my insanely clever title dictates, let’s start with A.
A – All-nighter: A poorly planned decision to leave one’s entire project/presentation/essay/exam-prep until the night before it’s due. e.g. I started seeing dead relatives after my fifth all-nighter in a row.
B – Beer Pong: A classic drinking game that involves getting your opponent more drunk than he/she can get you. I think plastic cups and ping pong balls might be involved too, but my memory is hazy for some reason. e.g. Once we lost all the ping pong balls for beer pong so we decided to up the ante by using tennis balls and beer pitchers instead. [Photo: ipercival]
C – Cafe: Short for cafeteria, the cafe is where students are fed cheap, semi-nutritional food, made by ex-cons and foreign refugees. e.g. Last time I ate at the cafe, I found a shiv in my mashed potatoes.
D – Due Date: For many students, a very stressful 24 hours that could have been avoided through forethought and good planning. e.g. I started researching my essay the day before the due date.
E – Easy A: Read more…