TLDNR: A New Drinking Game - “Bartender” [Click for full rules]
One night a few months ago, a bunch of CH writers went out to celebrate Malibu Einstein ‘s birthday at a bar in Brooklyn. We decided that we should make up a drinking game as a present, so we went to work brainstorming. After a few false starts, test rounds and moderate alcohol poisoning, we had the basics of a game called Bartender. It’s a quick game that can be played by 3 – 10 people and, hopefully, will reveal embarrassing secrets about your friends. Here is how you play: 
What you need: Friends, Alcohol 
Before the game can start, the players must determine who will be the Bartender first. Odds-or-evens, rock-paper-scissors, etc. Someone must “lose” and have to be Bartender first. The rest of the players are Patrons. Now you’re ready to play! 
The Bartender first picks a subject. So in our example game, the Bartender says to the group, “I want to talk about bad first dates.” 
Next, each Patron takes a turn telling the Bartender a personal story about themselves within the topic the Bartender selected. This story can be true or false. [Keep Reading]

TLDNR: A New Drinking Game - “Bartender” [Click for full rules]

One night a few months ago, a bunch of CH writers went out to celebrate Malibu Einstein ‘s birthday at a bar in Brooklyn. We decided that we should make up a drinking game as a present, so we went to work brainstorming. After a few false starts, test rounds and moderate alcohol poisoning, we had the basics of a game called Bartender. It’s a quick game that can be played by 3 – 10 people and, hopefully, will reveal embarrassing secrets about your friends. Here is how you play: 

What you need: Friends, Alcohol 

Before the game can start, the players must determine who will be the Bartender first. Odds-or-evens, rock-paper-scissors, etc. Someone must “lose” and have to be Bartender first. The rest of the players are Patrons. Now you’re ready to play! 

The Bartender first picks a subject. So in our example game, the Bartender says to the group, “I want to talk about bad first dates.” 

Next, each Patron takes a turn telling the Bartender a personal story about themselves within the topic the Bartender selected. This story can be true or false. [Keep Reading]