College Kids Try Irish Drinking Games | React
– (FBE) So how familiar
are each of you with drinking games?
– Baby, if there’s alcohol, I’m there.
– Pros. – I only play them
when watching movies or TV shows.
– I’ve played them at parties. – (FBE) Well today, you’ll be
playing three Irish drinking games. – Okay.
– Cool. – Oh my God.
Those are heavy stuff. That’s the real deal
drinking stuff. – (FBE) Each round,
I’ll tell you the rules of the game, you’ll play it, and then
you’ll rate it one through five, five being the best
drinking game ever and one being
not so fun at all. – Okay. – Okay, cool.
– Okay. – So I have to be
paying attention. – Yes, I hope.
– Okay. – (FBE) So, this game
is called Shot Potato and it’s similar to hot potato
except you’re passing around a shot,
so you’ll be passing a shot of Jamison
and when the music stops, the person holding the shot
has to take a drink. – Oh, that’s great.
– Cool. – Perfect. – Itzel, you’re the bartender
for the night, okay? That was terrible bartending.
I’d fire you. – (FBE) Here we go.
– Okay. ♪ (traditional Irish music) ♪
– Oh, is this Irish music? – Yeah, yeah. – Oh, we have music
and everything. God, no, no, no. – This ain’t no
slide potato. – Toma, toma. – (screaming)
– Yes, there it is. – No, it is not.
– It’s you! It was you.
It was you! – Oh my God.
– I don’t want it. – Ah!
Okay, (speaking Spanish) – This is an Irish,
Spanish game. That was nice. – (speaking Spanish) – (FBE) Before we continue,
pub fact, pubs were once allowed to store dead bodies.
The Coroner Act of 1846 decreed a dead body
had to be brought to the nearest public house
for storage because the cool beer cellar slowed decomposition.
– Ew – Cool.
– Wow. – I think that’s sick. – I don’t need that.
– Disturbing. – You’re like–
while drinking it, you have a putrid body
next to you. – Why would you put that
in my mind? – Oh, here we go.
– Getting lost in the fact. – Oh, no, no, no.
You’re playing games. – (speaking Spanish)
– You’re gonna drink that. Wait, no! – Can we be Irish
dancing while playing this? – I was trying.
– Or do we have to sit down? – Can we yodelay-he-hoo.
– (music stops) – Wow. – No, don’t give it to me.
(screams) – Oh my God.
– Yes. – Good job.
– Oh my gosh. – They’re just trying
to get you drunk. – It’s working.
– Boy. – One down.
That’s it, Danny. – Was this a good decision?
I don’t know. Do we make good decisions
in our 20s? I also don’t know. ♪ (traditional Irish music) ♪
– ♪ I don’t know the song ♪ – (speaking Spanish) (music stops)
– What’s wrong, baby? – (speaking Spanish) – Boy.
I love whiskey, but I don’t like drinking
shots of anything. – (speaking Spanish)
– Sheila. – (screaming) – (FBE) Pub fact,
Ireland’s smallest pub is so small that they had
to install cushions on the ceiling of the ladies’
toilet to stop people from banging their heads
when they stood up after using the facilities.
– Oh, wow. – What?
– It was so small that if you stood up,
you would hit your head, so they put–
– I get it. I’m saying,
why would they do that? – (FBE) So, what would you
rate this game? – Five.
– I would say– – Five.
– Four. – Four. – It’s a five.
– This was a five. – It’s a five.
– Because you didn’t drink anything.
That’s why it’s a five. Don’t be ridiculous.
– I’ll give it a 3.5. – Oh, she’s–
okay. – Four.
– I think it’s fun. It’s something easy that
you can do. You get all spilled.
– But it can get repetitive too soon.
It’s doing the same. – (FBE) For the next one,
you’ll be playing the two Euro spin.
Someone will sit out each round and spin a coin
and as the coin spins, the three drinkers must
drink as much as they can before the coin stops.
– Oh. – I love this.
– Okay. – One, two, three, go.
(coin spinning) – Who wins?
– Oh, wow. – Oh my God,
you just did that whole thing? – Hello. ♪ (traditional Irish music) ♪ (coin spinning) – (FBE) Also, you didn’t
have to drink since you were spinning,
but good on you. – Okay, one, two.
That’s a spin. – (speaking Spanish) You lost. – (speaking Spanish) – We gotta do this right.
– That’s a good one. – That’s what’s up. – (FBE) There’s a pub in Ireland
that opened in the year 900 A.D. and it’s still operational.
It’s called Sean’s Bar. – Sean.
– What’s the name? Sean?
– Sean. – Wow, 900 A.D. – You got this.
(speaking Spanish) There. – (FBE) Another fun fact
for you. A pub in Ireland gives out
free drinks to customers that don’t use their phones.
– Ow. – You lost me there, baby!
‘Cause I’m on vacation. I’m posting. – (FBE) So, what would you
rate this game? – A three.
– Three also. It’s fun.
I like the challenge. – I’m gonna go with a one,
’cause personally, I don’t like beer.
– I’ll give it a two because– – Whoa.
– No because, honestly, I like the spinning.
If there’s no spinning, there’s no game. – I’ll give it a 4.5.
– I like this. I would give it a three.
– I’d give it a four. I like the other one better.
– I’d give it a two. It’s just not as fun.
I don’t like spinning coins. I don’t like coins. – (FBE) The last one is called
Fisty Kisses. Everyone will apply a heavy
coat of lipstick and drink from a communal glass.
The last person to get the glass pretends to be angry
and yells, “Hey, there’s lipstick
on my glass! Who did this?”
And the first person to laugh at this,
has to take a shot of Jamison. – What does that even mean?
– This is already a five. I already got the lipstick on.
– Can you explain it? – Do we need to give them
our lipstick, ’cause I have about 17
colors in my bag. – Shoutout to Kylie.
– (FBE) I’ve got lipstick for you all.
– All I remember is– – Oh my God,
this is great! – Wait, I wanna use
my own. – Give me the reddest
[bleep] ever. I need the reddest
[bleep] ever. It gotta be cherry pop
or tomato red. – No, you have to seriously
apply it. – (speaking Spanish) – I can put it on you!
I can put it on her and she can– – (speaking Spanish) – Okay, smack ’em.
You look hot. You’d be great in drag. – Okay.
– I’m not gonna be able to see. – No, you can see yourself. – Bitch, I think I’m [bleep]
working on mac. Give me one second.
– You look amazing, too. – You do the upper lip
and I do the bottom. – Oh, hell no.
– At the same time. Okay, Sheila!
Sheila, Sheila. – I don’t like it.
I don’t like this. Hell no.
Don’t touch me. – Wow, guys really need
to start rocking lipstick more. – Girl, I got this.
It’s just putting lipstick. – No, you have to drink.
You have to drink. – She just kissed the glass. – Just drink it.
– Just drink. – I’m not gonna drink
out of that. – Wait, there’s lipstick
on my glass. – No, she laughed. – (speaking Spanish) – Whoo!
– Yay. – I don’t even like beer.
– Ah, oh. There’s lipstick.
You have to drink. – Oh, oh.
– Shot of Jamison. The right way.
I like this game. – This is a good one.
– Take her down, baby. Take her down.
You’re gonna be all over this floor like Marlon Brando
or some [bleep] drunk. – (FBE) Pub fact.
Since St. Patrick’s day falls in the middle of lent,
before 1973, the only place alcohol was sold was in
the member’s lounge at the Royal Dublin Dog Show.
– Dog show. I have three dogs.
I’ll be there. – (speaking Spanish)
– English, you guys. – I’m sorry.
I want Jacky to drink it. – Wait a minute.
– What’s happening? There’s lipstick on the glass.
– I know what the line is, Ella. – There’s lipstick on my glass.
– You’re not funny. – Okay fine, let’s do it.
– I think both of you guys. – Both of you.
– Damn, I just killed it. – Just someone else drink.
– Okay, Sheila, a shot. – (speaking Spanish)
– I like that one. – Just drink it
and then she can have her opportunity to drink.
– After she drinks it, say the glass thing. – [Bleep]
– My God. – I’m so bad at this game.
All I do is laugh. – Okay, we’re all
making a pack. – A pack?
– We’re not laughing– yes, we’re not gonna laugh.
She has to laugh. – So you have to say the line. – I am not fun.
– I’m never playing poker with you or actually, I would love
to play poker against you. – Okay, there you go. – There’s lipstick on my glass.
– Ew. – She laughed.
She smiled. That counts as laugh.
It counts in Try Not To Laugh. – I don’t really understand
the point of the lipstick for this game, though.
– I like it. Babe, because you go,
“There’s lipstick on my cup.” – And on your face.
– And then you laugh. – (speaking Spanish) – Get our germs. – Can we continue,
because I want a chance to say it.
I want a chance to say it. – Thank God we’re not driving.
– (FBE) So, what would you rate this game?
Did you like this one? – Was this funny?
– Five. – Were you laughing?
You were laughing. – I was laughing.
– Say a 4.5 – I’ll give it a four.
– I would rate this a five. I can tell you I’m not
okay to drive. – Five out of five for sure.
– Five. I really enjoyed the lipstick
and getting my makeup done. Thank you.
– Actually, yeah. That was the best part of it,
but the game sucks. I honestly will give it
a [bleep] zero because if you’re not funny–
– Four. With more people,
I feel like the better. – No.
– You know? – Yeah. – (FBE) So even though
the drinking games are over, the game itself is not over.
Hopefully you were paying attention to all these pub facts
throughout the game because I’m about to quiz you
on them. – What?
Wait, what? – Okay.
– No. – (FBE) I’m gonna read out
a quiz question and whoever says the right answer
gets a point. The person with the most
points at the end gets a glass of water
while the rest of you have to take more shots.
– We still have to drink? – Let’s win so she can–
– I want her to drink. – Trivia’s my game. – (FBE) Question one.
What do you have to do to get a free drink
at a certain pub in Ireland? Oh, you’re so polite.
You can just shout it out. – Not use your phone.
– Not use your cell phone. I’ll give you the point,
’cause you raised your hand first. – Not touch your phone!
Yes. – Mazel tov.
– Damn. – (FBE) What did they install
in the ceiling in the smallest pub in Ireland?
– I know. – Cushions.
– Pillows. No, I did it first.
I said it first. – I raised my hand. – Cushions!
– Jesus Christ, okay. – (FBE) Besides beer,
what could you store in the beer cellar?
– Dead bodies. – A dead body. – Bodies.
– Dead bodies! – I said “dead.”
– (FBE) I’m pretty sure you got it. – Me?
Okay, thank you. – (FBE) Question four.
What’s the name of the bar that–
– Sean’s Bar! – Jesus Christ, Ella.
– Oh my God. – She’s just showing off
that she’s the most sober at this point. – (FBE) What’s the name
of the bar that opened in the year 900 A.D.?
– Something. – Sean’s Bar.
– (speaking Spanish) – (FBE) Where’s the only place
you could get a drink on St. Patty’s Day
before 1973? – In the little club.
– The members… – Member only house?
– Of this club. – Wait, give us a multiple
choice question. – (buzzer) – (FBE) Where’s the only place
you could get a drink on St. Patty’s Day–
– I know. – The dog show.
– In school, you didn’t let me win. – You answered the right answer.
– In school, you didn’t let me win and here
you don’t let win either. – You didn’t even say
the right answer. I get the water
and you take a shot. – Oh, thank you so much.
Stay hydrated. – (FBE) Refreshing glass
of water. – (speaking Spanish)
– No. – Cheers, guys.
– Oh, she drinks water, we take shots?
– No, no, no. – Somebody put lipstick–
– There’s lipstick on her glass! – (speaking Spanish)
– Can I get to be part of this? – (speaking Spanish) – (speaking Spanish)
– I do not need this shot. – No, no no.
– Dude. (speaking Spanish)
German fact. You should know.
– It’s a German fact. – (speaking Spanish)
Okay? (speaking Spanish)
– Don’t do drugs, kids. – Your lipstick is all over
your face. – (all) Thanks for watching us
try Irish drinking games on the React Channel. – Bye.
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