"Can we play Flip Cup now?"
Bounce Off is pretty cool....but apparently you cats have been missing Flip Cup.
Here's some tips from the pros to get the party started and keep it going all night!
(There are a few WAKA players who have been around for a bit playing this game...you'll see some familiar faces in the pictures below. If you catch them hanging around the bar just trying to look cool - challenge them to a flip off and tell them to get their damn party pants on!)
Important Notes: There is a whole other bar UPSTAIRS at the Watering Bowl. Complete with pitchers and high top tables that are perfect for flip cup. The lounge areas are also set up quite well for a nice sit down game of Gentleman's Flip Cup if you're feeling fancy.
- Challenge the team you played on the field to see how your skills stack up at the bar.
- Get the hottie you've been wanting to talk to and get them to grab a couple friends (in case you haven't noticed...there's some excellent eye contact that happens during flip cup).
- Find the person who's graduating, leaving in the morning for a work trip, has a birthday sometime in the next three weeks, going to Founder's Cup. They all need a little flip cup in their life.
2. Prep the Area
Push tables together, move chairs out of the way. Get cups!
There are some simple social rules to flip cup - if beer magically appears in front of you and you drink it - buy a pitcher the next time. It only takes on pitcher to get started - you can play all night for an $8 investment in ONE pitcher when everyone pitches in!
4. CUPS UP - MATCH UP
Get your cups up, make sure the teams are fairly even, or someone is willing to drink 2 cups to even it out. Find someone with a real loud voice to get things going...there might be some distraction coming into play after the first few rounds.
Get the game started off right: make sure you have strong eye contact with your opponent. This is the perfect moment for a bit of trash talk, an awkward question, or a bit of flirting. Don't miss out on the golden opportunity to make a memory - that you might forget later...