The drinking game Ice Tray Races is a good alternative to Quarters and Beer Pong. It's just as competitive and will get you just as drunk.
Things You'll Need
- Two straws
- Two players
- Alcoholic beverages
- Ice cube tray
Find two willing players.
Get an empty ice cube tray.
Fill each compartment of the tray with beer or your favorite mixed drink.
Give each player a straw.
Have a third person count down: 3 ... 2 ... 1 ... start!
With each player starting at the same end of the tray but in different rows, drink the contents of each space in the ice cube tray as quickly as possible.
Don't move to next cube until you've emptied one completely.
Finish your row first to win!
Tips & Warnings
- Use bendy straws for the best results.
- This game can be played with non-alcoholic beverages as well.
- Be sure to drink plenty of water in between games.
- Always choose a designated driver before you play drinking games.
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