You may not have seen your friends for a while, but that doesn’t mean that the fun has to stop. When it comes to drinking, it’s rarely fun when you’re alone, so why not get your friends involved via video call? In addition, if you want to spice up your drinking plans in Nairobi, here are some drinking games to try out with your friends.
You can never run out of fun drinking games with this one. Just agree on a show where you’ll all drink when something happens. It can be anything, like when the characters are all together in the same scene or say a certain catchphrase. If you don’t know what to watch, start with these fantastic Kenyan shows.
It’s one of the best drinking games out there. You’ll need lots of alcohol and a game of Jenga. Start with the same amount of shots for everyone, and then each loser for every round takes more shots. It’s like regular Jenga, but the pieces will start spinning after a few shots.
Price range: KES 1,000 – KES 4,000
When it comes to drinking games that never get old, this one definitely tops the list. It’s basically a bunch of innocent and not so innocent questions that you’ll answer with have or have not. If you have, you take a shot. It’s guaranteed to make you really drunk really fast. Plus, who knows what new interesting things you’ll find out about your friends?
Forget strip poker! These playing cards come with their own rules printed on them. This can be anything, including telling to drink more alcohol as you learn more about Kenya. The beauty of this is that as long as everyone who picks up a card does what it says, the party won’t be stopping anytime soon.
Where you can get them: Wachera.com
Price: KES 1,200
Can you really tell the difference at first glance? This is what makes this spin the bottle with a twist drinking game so amazing. Just take lots of glasses and put water in half and vodka in the others. Then mix up the glasses a few times until you can’t tell them apart. Finally, spin the bottle and drink from whichever glass it stops at. Fun, right?
Featured Image Courtesy: VinePair