This is a favorite drinking game, although it's often difficult to find people willing to play it. Mid level buzz factor. Basic supplies only: people and beer.
It starts with a room full of people, the more the merrier. The object is to ask a question when it is your turn, but this is much more difficult than it seems. The rules are:
If the crowd cracks up (after, for example, a spectacularly personal question), a "Team Drink" is called.
The best way to play is to keep a question or two rolling around in your head, to be spewed out after you are asked a question. Good questions are the innocent sounding ones: "Has the game started yet?" "Is it past midnight?" "Is that button on your shirt undone?"
The other best way to play is to get personal (the game usually descends to this level fairly quickly): "Do you often pick your nose like that?" "Do you masturbate often?" "Are your breasts really 36DD?" "Does your girlfriend arch when you make love?"
You can see the game demonstrated (after a fashion) in the tennis court scene in Rosencrantz and Guilderstern Are Dead.
Game source: The (Un)Official Internet Bartender's Guide
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