Drinking Game: Numbers Game Add to My Games
A good number of players for this game is 5-10. First, arrange yourselves in a circle (around a table is ideal). Then, the first person to starts says the number 1. The person to their left says 2, and this continues around the circle. There are, initially, four rules:

- If anyone makes a mistake, they must drink a certain amount of their drink (eg. two fingers, or whatever).

- If someone says two numbers in sequence, eg "2 3", the order changes direction, i.e. if the order is going to the left, to the person to the right would now continue with 4, then the person to their right with 5, and so on (of course, the person saying 4 could say "4 5", in which case it would revert to its original order).

- If someone says three numbers in sequence, eg "2 3 4" or "14 15 16", the order stays the same but the next person is skipped; that is, if the order is going to the left, the person to their left says nothing, and the person to *their* left continues with 17 (or a double or triple).

- If 20 is reached, the person who said 20 must finish the rest of their drink, and then they can make a new rule. This is then added to the rules of the game.

If the general agreement is that there are too many rules or that the game is becoming too complicated, you can "wipe the slate"; that is, everyone finishes their drinks and you start the game again with the initial rules.

New rules generally take the form of replacing a number with something else. For example:

- Coughing instead of saying 8
- Saying 6 instead of 4 (ie. 1 2 3 6 5 6 7 8)
- Swapping 8 and 12 (ie. 6 7 12 9 10 11 8 13)
- Drinking two fingers instead of saying 10
- etc...

Of course, other rules can be introduced:

- You have to finish your drink before you can go to the toilet
- You have to salute before drinking, otherwise you have to finish your drink
- Someone is made Drinkmaster. They can then command someone else to finish their drink, but the Drinkmaster must finish theirs as well. The person commanded to drink then becomes the Drinkmaster.

In fact you can use this game to introduce any generic drinking rule you like :)