Friday, October 26, 2012
Drinking game for Cedar Springs block party this Halloween
As if you need more reasons to drink.
DALLAS "Costumes." That's an interesting word when we talk about the Party on the Block -- the street party on Cedar Springs on the Saturday before Halloween. Located in Dallas' most vibrant gay community, the block party is the city's best costumed celebration of the year. It's enjoyed by people of all orientations, long as you're scantily clad and wearing your party pants (or pantyhose).
You'll see things you've never seen before. Join us in a drinking game so you can enjoy the night right. You came to party, didn'tya?
We'll be there to take pictures so you can remember the stuff you forgot.
The drinking game:
We'll start with an easy one: Take three swigs of your beverage when you see at least four men dressed as Lady Gaga. Make the person to your left finish his or her beer if one of the Mother Monsters is wearing real meat.
Buy a shot for everyone in your group if the U.S. Men's Olympic Swim Team walks into the bar.
Take two drinks every time you see Whitney Houston in drag.
Each time you get grabbed on the rear by a stranger, attempt to grab his or her drink and take a swig.
Take one drink every time you see sexy Big Bird.
For every person you see holding his or her phone up to the sky because calls won't connect and texts won't send, finish your drink.
See how many friends you can make while you wait for at least an hour to get into the best bars. For each new friend whose phone number you take and promise to call them tomorrow so we can do brunch, SeriouslyIloveBrunchdon'tYou?, give them a swig from your flask.
You didn't bring a flask? Rookie mistake. The first round of drinks is on you once you get into the bar.
Each time someone asks "so what are you dressed as?" finish your drink.
Take a shot each time you see a guy wearing lingerie and looking better than you.
This may get expensive.
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