Drinking games are a great way to add some fun to your next gathering. But what if you don’t have a big group? Luckily, there are plenty of drinking games that you can play with just two people! Whether its over Zoom or in person, these one-on-one drinking games are sure to keep the party going. Let’s take a look at five of the best two player drinking games.
Truth or Dare
Truth or dare is such an old classic, but it can be even more fun as a drinking game. Set ground rules at the beginning so that both players feel comfortable and safe playing the game. Take turns asking each other either truth or dare questions and if you don’t answer correctly, you must drink! This game is perfect for getting to know each other better and having some laughs along the way.
Right/left is another classic that works best with two people. Everyone sits in a circle and holds their drink in hand, then someone begins by saying “right” or “left” and everyone passes their drinks to either side accordingly. The catch is, whoever has the cup when “drink” is called has to take a sip from their cup before passing it again! This game will definitely get your heart racing as you try to keep up with who has the cup at all times!
Never Have I Ever
Never Have I Ever works especially well as a one-on-one drinking game because it allows you both to learn really personal things about each other without being too intrusive – unless you want it to be! Take turns telling each other never have I ever statements and if either of you answer yes, they take a sip of their drink. If both players answer yes then they both take a sip!
Quarters is one of those timeless classics that never goes out of style. All you need for this game is a quarter, two shot glasses, and something flat like a table or countertop. Take turns bouncing the quarter into one of the shot glasses and if it lands in your opponent’s glass then they must drink! It takes skill but it also adds an element of luck which makes it even more fun!
Speed quarters takes quarters up a notch by adding time pressure into the mix. Both players race against each other to bounce the quarter into their respective shot glasses as many times as possible within 30 seconds (or whatever time limit you set). Whoever bounces more shots into their glass wins – but make sure not to forget about taking sips after every successful bounce!
Conclusion: There you have it – five fantastic 1 on 1 drinking games that are sure to add some excitement to your next gathering whether virtual or in person! From truth or dare all the way down to speed quarters – there’s something here for everyone no matter what type of mood they’re in!. So grab your favorite beverage, put on your favorite music, invite your friend over (virtually or otherwise), pick one of these games, and let the good times begin! Cheers!