Robin Hood Drinking Game

Once in a blue moon, I like to gather with friends and watch movies from our youth.* On such occasions, we find it fun to throw in fun, festive accents like party favors, costume elements, related games…and sometimes, a drinking game.  I came across the drinking game rules that Erin typed up for a special viewing of Robin Hood (Disney’s cartoon version) that she and Paul hosted at their house a while back. Here they are, in case you want to use them. Drink Responsibly**. You can pick from these rules, if you wish – you don’t need to follow them all!

Robin Hood Drinking Game

DRINK!

  • When any character says “King Richard”
  • When Prince John sucks his thumb
  • When a character says “Crimenently”
  • When you hear any alliteration (slimy slithery snake, bouncing bumbling bear, etc)

Additional Rules

  • When anyone says Oo-de-lally – SAY IT BACK – or drink!
  • If you spot a continuity error in the film, call it out – everyone ELSE drinks

1_king

*Though the movies may be from our “youth and teenage years,” we do not condone underage drinking. Also, please, don’t drink and drive. 

**No, “Responsibly” isn’t a liquor name or a specialty cocktail, but I agree with Paul that it should be.

Advertisements

One thought on “Robin Hood Drinking Game

  1. But like any other successful event, there are a lot of
    things to consider. These lights are set to automatically turn on at dusk and off at dawn, and continuously morph throughout the niight from blue tto green, red, and yellow lights.
    What about starting up a pot of coffee while you make breakfast together with
    your diffrent oven.

    Like

I love comments and questions! Post yours here:

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s