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This box has eight popular drinking games all rolled into one, The Manc

This box has eight popular drinking games all rolled into one

Trunk of Drunk has all the cards, cups and balls you need to play the eight greatest drinking games of all time.
This box has eight popular drinking games all rolled into one, The Manc
Amazon

We bloody love a good drinking game in Britain. Even during lockdown, we found a way to keep playing despite being separated from our mates – eagerly reading cards and guzzling beer behind computer screens.

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It’s true that tipsy pastimes – particularly the lethal Ring of Fire – almost always seem like a wretched idea the next morning. But they do have their plus points.

First and foremost, they’re pretty damn effective at breaking down social tension among strangers – which is why most students spend almost every night of Fresher’s Week huddled around a table with cups and cards.

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Drinking games definitely help people get to know one another – and you can also end up learning new (embarrassing) facts about your close friends, too.

All the most popular drinking games have slightly different rules and apparatus – but Gutter Games have now released a pack containing EIGHT of the most popular varieties in one handy box.

This box has eight popular drinking games all rolled into one, The Manc
Amazon

Inside the spectacularly-named ‘Trunk of Drunk’, you’ll find all the equipment you need to play:

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  • Beer Pong
  • Ring of Fire
  • Never Have I Ever
  • Most Likely
  • Flip Cup
  • 21’s
  • Arrogance
  • Screw The Dealer

A rules booklet is also included for the more complex games (so there can be no drunken arguments) and the box contains 20 reusable red plastic cups, 4 ping pong balls and a custom deck of cards.

This could prove handy for a Saturday night in – and might just prove to be a pretty decent little gift for a friend as well.

Pick up a pack from Amazon here.

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