How to play: Yes, this college classic drinking game—it’s also known as Circle of Death, Ring of Fire, King's Cup and Donut—can be played remotely, people. Each player takes a turn drawing a card (here's a virtual deck of cards) and then does the following based on what they draw:
Ace: Do a waterfall, in which every player starts drinking at the same time, and you can only stop once the player before you does. (The player who drew the card is the first who can call it quits.)
Two: The player who drew the card gives out two drinks.
Three: The player who drew the card takes a drink.
Four: Women drink.
Five: Men drink.
Six, seven, Jack and King: Everyone drinks.
Eight: The player who drew the card picks another player (a mate, if you will) who will always have to drink when they do.
Nine: The player who drew the card says a word, and then each person after must utter a word that rhymes. The first player who can’t must drink. Psst: You can't repeat rhymes.
Ten: The player who drew the card chooses a category, and then every next player must name something in said category. Psst: You can't repeat answers.
Queen: The player who drew the card asks a question to another player. That player then must ask another player a question, and so on. The first player to not answer a question with a question must drink.
Time Out tip: Notice anything different about our version? The above rules are a slight change on the classic IRL ones, since, you know, this is an online drinking game and all. Please be strict about player order and, again, have only one person share the card-drawing screen.