Shark Week Drinking Game

Shark Week Drinking Game

From our friends at Brobible.com…

SHARK WEEK DRINKING GAME

It’s hot outside, which is great because it’s Shark Week – the perfect excuse to sit on your couch, crank the a/c, and watch underwater killing machines.

Of course, it’s still important to stay hydrated, so here’s a Shark Week drinking game to help:

  • Drink every time you hear an Australian, South African, or British accent.
  • Drink every time you see a diver in a cage.
  • Drink every time a person mentions chum.
  • Drink every time the camera shows a surfboard or person underwater in the same frame as a shark. Also drink if they show you a chewed-up surfboard.
  • Drink every time the show references a new type of shark. If the shark does not attack humans (nurse shark) drink three times.
  • Drink every time a person is declared a “shark expert.”
  • Drink every time someone mentions punching a shark in the nose or eye to stop an attack.
  • Drink every time someone mentions Jaws or if the Jaws theme music plays.
  • When a shark attack victim talks about the attack, drink for one second per five stitches the victim received. (BroBible.com)

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