Bloodstock Attendance.

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Re: Bloodstock Attendance.

Postby houston4044 » Tue Nov 03, 2015 12:25 am

CharlesDexterWard wrote:Sitting watching some of the drinking games was very amusing - especially the one where the group got an empty beer keg, filled it with all the dregs from several bottles and tied it to the gazebo ceiling frame with string. It was then swung around at everyone sitting in the circle and the person it melted in the head had to take a drink of the concoction and then swing it at random again and hope it hit someone else.

Oh the fun they had! :lol:


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Re: Bloodstock Attendance.

Postby keera_envenomed » Tue Nov 03, 2015 10:58 am

CharlesDexterWard wrote:Sitting watching some of the drinking games was very amusing - especially the one where the group got an empty beer keg, filled it with all the dregs from several bottles and tied it to the gazebo ceiling frame with string. It was then swung around at everyone sitting in the circle and the person it melted in the head had to take a drink of the concoction and then swing it at random again and hope it hit someone else.

Oh the fun they had! :lol:


Sounds a lot like the game our camp invented called Danger Can where you got a can and smashed it against your forehead then passed it to the person next to you. The "winner" was the person who made the can explode all over themselves.
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Re: Bloodstock Attendance.

Postby CharlesDexterWard » Tue Nov 03, 2015 12:29 pm

keera_envenomed wrote:
CharlesDexterWard wrote:Sitting watching some of the drinking games was very amusing - especially the one where the group got an empty beer keg, filled it with all the dregs from several bottles and tied it to the gazebo ceiling frame with string. It was then swung around at everyone sitting in the circle and the person it melted in the head had to take a drink of the concoction and then swing it at random again and hope it hit someone else.

Oh the fun they had! :lol:


Sounds a lot like the game our camp invented called Danger Can where you got a can and smashed it against your forehead then passed it to the person next to you. The "winner" was the person who made the can explode all over themselves.


I am quite glad I don't drink these days as I would end up being on the receiving end of all these games! :D
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Re: Bloodstock Attendance.

Postby Gandalf the Red » Tue Nov 03, 2015 12:46 pm

Drinking games are for lightweights that can't take much booze. Ever noticed how they usually spill more than they drink?
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Re: Bloodstock Attendance.

Postby Bearstock » Wed Nov 04, 2015 3:46 pm

Depends what drinking games you play ha ha.

There was a group camped next to us this year, easily a dozen of them. I only ever saw 4 of them away from the campsite.

A couple openly admitted they'd come for a weekend with friends.

To each their own I guess.
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Re: Bloodstock Attendance.

Postby VizardAmata » Sat Nov 07, 2015 1:01 am

Gandalf the Red wrote:Yeah but there are some that don't even seem to leave their camping chair in the campsite. One bloke camped near us was in the same position every time that anyone went back to the tents, no matter what time it was. Didn't even see him move.


:lol: Yeah, I don't get that, but each to his own I guess.