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As endorsed by Chinatown's own Egg Shen!
Every great movie needs a drinking game. And why not? Half the fun of any cult classic is getting plastered while you watch it. So here's some rubrics to keep your mind and spirit from going north and south.
That's it! Get some friends together along with your favorite beverage and start shakin' the pillars of heaven. You know what old Jack says...What the hell.
- Drink once every time someone says "China", "Chinese", "Chinatown", etc.
- Drink once every time someone says "green eyes".
- Drink once whenever Jack refers to himself in the third person. (You know what ol' Jack Burton does at a time like this...)
- Drink once anytime someone mentions Jack's truck (including himself)
- Drink twice whenver Jack says "It's all in the reflexes."
- Drink twice at every mention of a Chinese hell. The Chinese have a lot of hells.
- Drink six times at the appearance of the six demon bag. Sensational!
- Consume one full drink when Jack and Wang Chi toast the Army and Navy.
- Pledge your allegiance! At the start of the film, declare yourself either a Chang Sing or a Wing Kong. Drink whenver someone makes a reference to your clan OR you see a member of your clan killed/beaten in a fight scene.
- Match Play (optional) If you quote a line from the film before it is spoken, you may tell one person to take a drink. However, if you misquote the line, even slightly, you must drink three.
PLEASE enjoy this game responsibly. This is a lot like the pot calling the kettle black, but don't drink and drive and know your limits. Don't call me saying you're mentally impaired because you were fool enough to try this game with shots of 151 or something. It's not worth risking your life/health/car/job over. Think about it.
If you enjoyed this game, and would like to see others like it, check out:
The Ultimate Drinking Game Home Page
It's a great compilation of games for movies, TV shows, you name it. Everything from Reservoir Dogs to Bill Nye the Science Guy.
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