Jaeger wrote:How will a non-alcoholic drinking game work? Non-alcoholic beverages do not have any mind-altering effects.
ShyGuysAreTheBest wrote:It would be fine if it weren't against the rules.
Choklad wrote:Calling the cops on your friends because they are adults drinking at college? OK, now we're moving away from anything that could be considered remotely in character for Anne. At this point, you're inserting your beliefs into a character that has nothing to do with them. Which is fine, I'm sure someone could write badass fanfiction where Anne is a booze-fighting variation of Batman cleaning the campus of rulebreakers. Just don't expect that to happen in the actual game.Jaeger wrote:How will a non-alcoholic drinking game work? Non-alcoholic beverages do not have any mind-altering effects.
Everyone drinks soda instead of alcohol and then the first one who goes to the bathroom loses?
Lonestar51 wrote:If you overdo alcohol, you can kill yourself too. Even without driving under influence, and not counting liver failure after a few decades. However, most people know where the limit is, and even if not usually there are some friends nearby who call an ambulance. It needs some real determination, just like killing yourself by not going to the bathroom.
Which is really the point which matters: If the drinkers are doing it in good fun, or are they trying to get drunk fastest? And are they able to live their live without alcohol, or do they need half a bottle in the morning to face the day? Yes, alcohol can be dangerous, but most of us know how to handle it.
In the game over a year there are a few instances where the roommates drink in a relatively safe environment: No driving under influence afterwards, no possible muggers nearby who take advantage. The absolutely worst thing they did was tying up Dominic, a guy whom I don't even really like but still is was both cruel and unnecessary. (Note they did it while still sober!)
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