Give the plastic clothes pin or peg to the first pegger. Their job is to secretly attach the clothes pin to another player without their notice. The pegger then steps away from the pegged, and begins to count to 10 out loud. All players will search for the peg on their hair and clothes. Person finds it, pegger drinks. Doesn't find it, pegged drinks.
Rasmussen College nursing faculty member, Deborah Pongratz, talks to KEYC TV about a new online drinking game that’s taking over social media. It’s called Neknominate, and it’s being blamed for five deaths in Canada and England. The game is now making its way to the U.S. Deborah explained why the game is so dangerous. #nursing #health #healthhazards
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5 Priceless Ways These People Made Someone Else's Day Just A Little Bit Brighter - #FeedTheDeed has some new, fun ways to be good to one another. Josh Stern, a 22-year-old medical student from Ottawa, Ontario, started the trend when he saw a video of a man from South Africa refusing to take part in an online drinking game and instead turning it into a random acts of kindness game.
The Dangers of Having a Beer Belly Beer is really healthy for your health, but it need to be taken in the proper way. Beer is having calories and excess weight around the belly can ruin your physique and it can also cause several health problems.
7 Random Acts Of Kindness Inspired By A Drinking Game