Deck of 52 cards and alcoholic beverage for each person. A table is preferred but, the ground is sufficient.
How to play:
The object of the game is to “F*@% the Dealer” by guessing cards correctly, making the dealer drink. Everyone sit in a circle; the dealer holds a shuffled deck of cards and looks at the card on top careful not to let anyone else see. He/she then asks the player to their left what they think the card is (the number of the card only, not the suit). If they guess right on the first try then the dealer takes ten drinks. If not then the dealer tells the player if the card if higher or lower than their guess. If they guess right on the second try then the dealer only drinks 5 drinks. If they guess wrong again then the player has to drink the difference between the card and their last guess (say the card is a 10 but the player says 7, they only drink 3 drinks). Now the card is shown and placed in the middle faced up. Leave room to line the cards up in order as the game progresses. The dealer then repeats the same guessing process with the next player. The goal of the dealer is to have three players in a row guess the card wrong so they can pass the deck to the player to their left, who becomes the dealer and starts with the next player up to guess and so on. The person who ends the deck as the dealer must take a shot!
Rules: The next dealer is always the person to the left of the current dealer.
The next player is always the person to the left of the current player.
The object of the game is to roll both dice and get a 7, 11, or doubles in order to give out drinks. Everyone gathers around the table in a circle and place a cup in the center. Fill the cup up about a quarter of the way. The game starts by having one person roll the dice. If they do not get a 7, 11, or double then the dice are passed to the player to their left for their turn to roll. If the person starting gets a 7, 11, or double then they choose someone to drink the cup. As soon as the player chose to drink, touches the cup with their hand, the person who rolled they 7, 11, or double has to grab the dice and attempt to roll another 7, 11, or double before the player finishes the cup. If the person drinking finishes the cup before a 7, 11, or double is rolled the dice go to the next player and the cup is to be refilled. If the player rolling gets a 7, 11, or double before the player drinking finishes, then the cup is refilled and the two players attempt the same thing. This is repeated until the player drinking the cup finishes before the player rolling gets a 7, 11, or double, or before the people involved are to drunk to know what is going on . Which ever comes first.
The player drinking can try to move the cup closer using objects, this way the player rolling cannot pick up the dice and start rolling. Once any body part touches the cup then the player rolling can proceed.
Another player can jump in and drink the cup for the player who was chosen to drink it. If this happens then the game is between the player who jumped in and the player rolling the dice.
So today’s drink of the day is based on a fabulous drink I had when I was on the big island of Hawai’i. I ordered this drink at a sushi place called Wasabi’s in Kona, HI. This tasty treat was sweet and simple, but it tickled my taste buds and I was very glad I ordered it.
Ingredients: Vodka, Fresh Guava Juice, and Lime Juice.
Directions: Pour 1/3 part vodka and 2/3 cup fresh guava juice into a chilled glass. Squeeze as much lime juice as you see fit to top it off. Garnish with orange slice and cherry.
I hope this easy, yet satisfying drink leaves you as cheery as I was when I drank it! (Oh and not to mention I had an Asahi beer and some hot sake). If you ever travel to the big island, check out Wasabi’s. Their sushi and cocktails are definitely worthwhile.
Here at LiquorCabinets we tend to have a strong affinity for Margaritas.
They can be sweet, sour, tart and even have a little kick to them. How can you possibly go wrong? Even so I think all of us can enjoy a beer here and there, some good wine, and occasionally liquor. So YOU tell us, what’s your favorite liquor?
If you chose other as your option, let us know which 🙂
If you’re currently a student at a UC, you’re probably dreading the next two weeks. But with a little bit of research, I’ve found the perfect place for you to take the edge off and put yourself at ease before diving into finals. The Presidential Lounge is located only 10 minutes away from UCRiverside at the Mission Inn on 3649 Mission Inn Ave. So how ‘presidential’ are their deals? Good enough in this economy.
Happy Hour is from 4:00pm-6:00pm and starts up again from 9:00pm-11:00pm. They close at midnight which is pretty early but with finals just around the corner, you shouldn’t be out late anyways. The Presidential Lounge deal includes:
$2 OFF Well Drinks
1/2 OFF Appetizers
It’s pretty small but I like the fact that it’s simple. Also, can you guess what’s featured here? That’s right! MARGARITAS! The Mission Inn Perfect Margarita (12.95) and The Partida Skinny Margarita ($9.50) are the ones you will want to try. They’re a bit pricey but I highly doubt you’ll need to drink much.
Since St. Patrick’s Day is just five days away. The Presidential Lounge will be featuring specialty drinks for this week only including the Apple Shamrock Martini, Peach Irish Kiss, Irish Jack Rose, St. Paddy’s Peach and an Irish Blond Cocktail. You can check out their other specials and lounge hours for the rest of the week on their website. So finish off the day, grab some friends, and head down the street for a great time.
Overlooking the gorgeous Rainbow Harbor at The Pike in Long Beach, Mai Tai Bar brings the island vibes into a hip and modern venue with live music. Whether you’re looking to relax in their open air patio overlooking the water and groove to the best in contemporary island music by Long beach’s hippest bands, it is always a fun time there. Sip a chilled mai tai and watch the sunset on the harbor as live music or a hot dj heat up the night!
Mai Tai Bar is definitely a place for the friends to hang out and have a great night out in the town on the pier. On a weekend night, there is a $5 cover charge and it can be overcrowded, but the friendly bartenders hook it up the alcohol with their not-so-bad prices. When the dj spins, the latest music are being played, but Mai Tai Bar loves to take it back and play the “oldie, but goodie” songs from the 90s and early millennium, which always gets the crowd dancing. Mai Tai Bar’s customers are always there looking for a good time. So as long your looking to have a fun night or a good dinner, this is place guarantees Aloha happiness! Also, below is a list of their happy hour menu: