General Chat Thread, Stag Do Games / Dares in General; So I'm best man for a mates wedding and we have got the "Stag Do" this weekend (30th June). Has ...
25th June 2012, 07:23 PM #1
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Stag Do Games / Dares
So I'm best man for a mates wedding and we have got the "Stag Do" this weekend (30th June). Has anybody got any ideas of party games/dares that they have tried and tested on such occasions in the past!!
25th June 2012, 08:09 PM #2
Have you played Ibble Dibble?
You need drink, and a wine cork (a proper one, not a plastic one) and a lighter. Firstly, take the lighter and burn the end of the cork so it blackens and goes nicely charcoalled.
Everyone sits in a circle, and gets allocated a number. The player who starts takes the number one. The first player says
"This is Ibble Dibble number 1, with no spots, calling Ibble Dibble number (choose a number), with no spots, Ibble Dibble.
Each player then has to follow this on, choosing a person and getting their number of spots right and the sentence correct.
Every time you make a mistake, either with your number, or their number, or the number of spots or the sentence, you have to take a drink, and you get a charcoal 'spot' on your face from the burned cork.
Some years ago I played this with friends on a Friday night. After colossal amounts of Ibble Dibble and vodka we all went home/to sleep. One of my friends overslept and was due in work on Saturday morning. He flung on his suit, didn't wash or shave or shower and hopped straight on the train, and didn't realise until he reached the office washroom that he was still covered in charcoal blotches. He did say he wondered why everyone was giving him funny looks.
25th June 2012, 08:15 PM #3
Always a good laugh (looks complicated but gets very easy...very quickly!)
Kings Drinking Game: Rules & How to Play the Best of the Beer Drinking Card Games
Obivously will have to change Card 4 for something else
25th June 2012, 08:23 PM #4
Simple one here, called back fire.
Everyone writes down a truth and dare for the stag on a piece of paper, then when they are done you announce that the game is back fire, and they all have to do their own truth or dare
Thanks to BKGarry from:
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25th June 2012, 08:25 PM #5
also a scavenger hunt list, ideas here Stag Party: Bachelor's Todo List.
25th June 2012, 08:59 PM #6
Our uni favourite was 21. Object of the game is to count to 21 as a group.
Person who lost the last round starts on 1.
If he says 'to my right, 1' the person to the right says '2...'.
If he says 'to my right, 1,2' the person to the left says '3...'
If he says 'to my right, 1,2,3' the person one over to the right says '4...'
Each person can say one, two or three numbers, but you can't say two after the last person says two, or three after three (you can't double a double or triple a triple).
So, you have to listen carefully to the numbers the last person said, and the number of numbers! It sounds complicated, but it really isn't. Yet.
Once you get to 21 as a group, the person that says '21' has to drink (or forfeit) - they usually don't end up saying it - an appropriate expletive is usually inserted. It's often possible to play tactically as a group and pick on particular people with a bit of ganging up, ideal for a stag!
If you find it's too easy, you start substituting numbers for words. So if 14 became 'beef' it goes '...11, 12, 13, beef, 15...'. Starts to get hard when you run out of numbers!
25th June 2012, 09:08 PM #7
This thread has covered the 'stag do' topic already:
Link: Stag do
Might be worth a look?
26th June 2012, 12:05 AM #8
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Thanks Guys for the posts, will take a look over them!
26th June 2012, 09:22 AM #9
Games don't tend to work in my experience. Just about drinking.
The only thing I'd recommend is a kitty. So much easier.
26th June 2012, 09:35 AM #10
Bit like ibble dibble....but called G'day bruce...everyone starts off as bruce, and you have to say g'day to each other until you make a mistake, at which point the person who makes the mistake takes up a different aussie based name and takes a drink (sheila for example).
So it goes a little like this......
Person 1 - G'Day Bruce
Person 2 - G'day Bruce
Person 1 - Say g'day to bruce, bruce (whilst nodding in the direction of another person)
Person 2 - G'day bruce
Person 3 - G'day bruce
Person 2 - say g'day to bruce, bruce (whilst nodding in the direction of person 4)
And so on....it's very funny (might lose something just in text) but the range of names makes it hilarious (think sheila, kylie, jason, bouncer, mrs mangel etc etc)
26th June 2012, 09:42 AM #11
Draughts: Best played on a tiled surface. Mark out an 8x8 grid. Get 24 bottles/cans of beer/lager 12 of one brand, 12 of another. Then play draughts. If your man is taken, you have to drink it in one go. The more you drink, the more mistakes you make.
26th June 2012, 09:54 AM #12
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26th June 2012, 10:25 AM #14
Drink, Drink, Drink til it's coming out your ears.
Drink, Drink, Drink til the pub runs out of beers.
26th June 2012, 10:43 AM #15
A tried and tested formula is keep the game simple but gradually add more and more.
If the time is 0-29 then drink from left hand and 31-59 drink from right hand and if it's either 30 or 60 drink with 2 hands.
You can the add the pinky requirement.
Then assign random nicknames and if they call a person by their really name then they have a forfeit.
Then add no pointing with fingers or hands.
All forfeits result in 3 fingers of the culprits drink.
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