Don’t be That Guy.
Don’t be That Guy.
Plus the 50 greatest sports movies, 15 things that women (unfairly) get called “crazy” for doing, and Michael Jordan plays beer pong.
Without rules, the game would be drunken chaos. Put some of your favorite in the comments!
Maintain that fratty physical prowess well after college is over. BOOM.
They’re our precious future. Don’t let them be beer pong losers later in life, give them a head start. (via theclearlydope.tumblr.com)
HOW, KID? HOW? (via videosift.com)
Good news for frat dudes, bar flies, and students who attend a public university: there’s now a beer specifically made for playing beer pong. The brilliantly-titled Pong Beer is sold in a 30 pack — with two ping pong balls in the box!
A clever drunkard named Christina said she had to give her old beer pong table a paint job. This is the sweet result.
Seems like they definitely have everything covered here. Young people are our future! View Image ›
Illustrator Mel Marcelo reminds us that Beer Pong doesn’t have to end in tragedy if we follow these safety guidelines. View Image ›
I want to party with these people. [Ed. note: Feel free to party with these people, but maybe don’t take them up on a game of beer pong. Could turn out badly.] Watch Video ›
Jimmy Fallon challenges a lot of his guests to a game of beer pong, but Betty White, at the age of 87 years old, is by far the oldest competitor he has faced. She actually does pretty well, but ultimately, Jimmy Fallon wins. View Media ›
Colleges, bars, even entire cities (Belmar, N.J.) are banning the game of Beer Pong in an effort to curb binge drinking. Last fall, Georgetown University banned the game, the tables, as well as having an inordinate amount of ping-pong balls. Read More ›
CollegeHumor was all set to take on Facebook staffers in a beer pong tournament until the social networking site pulled out at the last minute, blaming the forfeit on “legal and PR reasons.” Some might be surprised to learn that web developers would so enthusiastically partake in actual real life competition, but then again, you haven’t lived until you’ve seen Steve Jobs in a cage match. Read More ›