Thanks for the Day Off

Diesen Freitag treten Prinz William und Kate Middleton in den heiligen Bund der Ehe.
Sie wird mal Gattin des britischen Königs – aber es sind halt nur die Royals und die gehören nicht zu meinen Interessen. Deren Herkunft und Zukunft interessiert mich nicht wirklich.
Ganz im Gegenteil dazu fand ich kürzlich dieses ganz vorzügliche Trinkspiel im Internet und werde wahrscheinlich doch mir dieses Ereignis antun.
Das Original findet ihr auf facebook .
Ein Auszug meiner Lieblingsregeln von 10 möglichen, daraus damit ihr meine Vorfreude nach vollziehen könnt:

1. If the Queen is on the screen you must be drinking. The woman has ruled the country for over 50 years, the least you can do is get destroyed in her honour.

2. Any time Prince Harry appears all players must produce a Nazi salute. The last player to do so must consume 5 fingers/mouthfuls for their poor reactions.

4. Any time time paralells are drawn to the Diana and Charles wedding (or any previous Royal Wedding for that matter), by commentators or otherwise, all players must consume 3 fingers/mouthfuls of their drink.

5.We’re British (or shall assume the role for the day), which means we’re a simple folk who enjoy comforts such as bacon and beer. With this in mind then, what better way to greet our anthem than with a hearty chug. As a result when the National Anthem is playing, everyone must be stood up and drinking. (Cheers to Will Sugg for inspiring this rule)

6.William will one day become king of this fine country, a fact that needs to be celebrated no? Every time the word “future” is said, in the mentioned context or not, an amount no less than 1 finger must be added to the “Future Kings Cup” by any player. This should then go in a clockwise direction from the first player to do so everytime future is mentioned, to ensure the cup has a good mix of drinks.
(Cheers to Sam Baggot for inspiring this rule)

9. Prime Ministers never tend to be popular, but our current one is hated even by those standards. So to allow you all to “stick it to da man” whenever our fearless leader David Cameron appears on screen, the first player to shout “Cunt” (substitute for a less offensive word if necessary) is allowed to come up with a rule of their own. Enjoy your one chance at tyranny!

So far have fun and drink responsible. Intellectual Property of Niall Carr, Mike Scott, Steven Bayles and Thomas Artemius Lowe. ©

Und der Titel hängt damit zusammen, das am 29.4.2011 ein einmaliger gesetzlicher Feiertag ist in England. Also Danke an das Brautpaar für den freien Tag.

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