Timmy Ball is a multi-faceted, competitive, team-based drinking game that borrows aspects from Beer Pong, Flip cup, and cards to determine a winner and loser
Split up into two teams of two, and sit at a table across from your teammate (at beer pong table length). Each player takes a cup and fills it with a half beer, and places it in front of them. Last, take the deck of cards and split it up into two piles of red cards & black cards.
Timmy Ball is a competitive 2v2 drinking game, but unlike Beer Pong, you stand across from your teammate. In order to start, each team picks the red or black deck, and then each player picks 1 suit of that color (i.e. if you have red, choose diamonds and your teammate gets hearts).
A turn begins by 1 person from each team flipping a card from their pile, so that two cards are being flipped at the same time. Once the card is flipped, the two people who had the suit of the flipped card drink their cup and then race to flip it like Flip Cup. Once the cup is flipped, that player takes their pong ball and shoots it into their teammate's cup. Once it's made, the teammate races to drink their beer and then flip their own cup - the first team to finish is awarded one point. The team with the most points when you stop playing wins!
As always, please remember to drink responsibly! This alcohol drinking game is not meant to lead to you becoming sick due to over-consumption of alcohol. If you enjoyed it, please leave feedback in the comments & let us know how we can make it better!
You must be of legal age and in no violation of local or federal laws while viewing this material.
We do not support misuse of alcohol, including excessive consumption, binge drinking, or drinking and driving. It has been proven that excessive drinking can cause serious physical harm.
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