The Syllabus Week Drinking Game
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The Syllabus Week Drinking Game

Because the first week is the hardest.

The Syllabus Week Drinking Game

With school starting just a week from now, college kids are gearing up and getting ready to hit the books, and the bar. Instead of aimlessly trying to get drunk at your first college weekend or trying to celebrate coming back to campus, why don't we use the first week as some motivation. That's right. Those classes you picked last spring that you haven't looked at since you picked them, they are now a drinking game. Let's see how many drinks you can tally up in your first week back.

DISCLAIMER: You shouldn't drink alcohol if you aren't 21 & over.

What You'll Need:

A plentiful supply of alcohol, a couple of friends, and a good sense of humor.

How To Play:

Spot a freshman walking around with their lanyard/ID/room key around their neck? Take a sip.

Poor freshman don't realize how 'fresh' they really look. Try to help them out, otherwise just use them as a point for the game!

See a girl dressed like Blair Waldorf? Shoot it back!

It's probably this girl's first time really away from home so she expects everyone to dress like an episode of Gossip Girl. You'll probably wonder why but you won't be too concerned by the end of the game.

Did that professor just read the syllabus out loud? Finish your drink!

You've all had that professor that reads they syllabus and honor codes out loud on the first day, and it's torture. Finish your drink, champ.

Realized you're going to drop this class ASAP? Drink from the bottle.

I feel you, this class just won't do. Take a mouthful and move along.

Found a friend in class? Cheers! Take a shot together!

Everyone needs at least one friend in class just in case, celebrate with them!

Professor goes straight from 'syllabus' but 'chapter 1'? Finish the bottle!

You know this is going to happen anyway, might as well get something out of it.

Someone talking about their fabulous summer vacation? Shot!

Chances are, their summer was better than yours so just take a shot!

Someone looking for a fake ID? Take a sip.

You're going to hear it a lot.

Hear someone trying to throw a doom party in a dry hall? Drink up!

You know it's not going to go well.

Survived your first week? Get yourself to the bar!

Congratulations and good luck this semester!

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