The Bachelor Season 21 Drinking Game
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The Bachelor Season 21 Drinking Game

Because you need a drink to get through all this drama.

The Bachelor Season 21 Drinking Game

Although Nick Viall seems to have been a contestant on every season of Bachelor-related shows for years, but now he finally has his own chance at being The Bachelor of season 21. With every new season comes a series of crazies and tears, and what better way to enjoy the show than a drinking game to match?! Take a sip (or a chug) every time:

1. Corrine takes her top off or interrupts one of the other contestants

2. Chris Harrison gives Nick advice

3. One of the girls says she has a connection with Nick

4. Someone starts freaking out that they have not had enough time with Nick

5. One of the girls brings up creepily watching Nick on Bachelor in Paradise

6. Liz mentions how crazy it is that her and Nick hooked up at Jade's wedding

7. Someone says that "they're not here to make friends"

8. There's a make out session

9. Nick mentions his past girls or relationship drama

10. A contestant says how hot Nick is

11. A girl says something passive aggressive at another girl

12. One of the contestants has a drink in their hand

13. Someone says they think they're falling in love with Nick

14. A contestant reveals a "big secret" to Nick

15. Nick says "he can see his wife" in one of the girls

16. A one-on-one date includes a helicopter, yacht, or both

17. Chris Harrison unnecessarily announces the final rose

18. If someone gets sent home before the rose ceremony

19. Nudity has to be blurred out

20. Nick says how lucky he is to have this opportunity at finding love.

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