How to Make The Six Cycle

If you’re a fan of colorful drinks, you’ll love the Six Cycle. Even if you’re not necessarily a fan, there’s sure to be someone in your party who loves them.

Impress your guest and have them asking for more by adding this awesome cocktail to the bar.

What you’ll need:

1 1/2 oz. (45 ml) White Rum
1/2 oz. (15 ml) Maraschino Liqueur
2 1/2 oz. (75 ml) Orange Juice
1/2 oz. (15 ml) Grenadine
1/2 oz. (15 ml) Blue Curacao
2 1/2 oz. (75 ml) Champagne


My Top 5 Favorite Drinking Games For 2 People

Below is the second list I will be presenting on this site. This list came about yesterday when I was with a friend of mine and we realized there really aren’t many drinking games that can be played by two people. Most of them usually require a large number like 4 or more.
But after doing some research, we found a list, tried a few of them and I have decided to share my personal favorites along with a quick reason on why.

  1. Go Fish – I like this one the most because Go Fish is actually my favorite card game. Well, it’s one of maybe three that I know.
  2. Two Truths – I like the challenge of spotting the lie and then tricking someone.
  3. Russian Roulette – the uncertainty is definitely what does it for me. You could be drinking a shot of tequila or just regular H2O.
  4. Never Have I – you can learn a lot about someone from this game. I learned that my friend had sex with her cousin once lol.
  5. Flip, Sip or Strip – we didn’t do the strip because we’re two straight women but replace my girl with a guy and it could get interesting.

Thanks for reading my list. I already did a post on the instructions for Russian Roulette before, but the instructions the other four games games can be found at

Russian Roulette Drinking Game

As the title suggests, today I will be sharing the instructions for Russian Roulette. This is a drinking game for as little as two people. Many drinking games tend to require cards but this is not one of them. It is a very simple game and like the actual RR, it is 100% a game of chance.

To play, gather six shot glasses and fill one of them with white rum or tequila. Fill the other five with plain old drinking water. Now, this where the concepts of chance and probability come in – if you have a die, great!. If not, don’t worry.

Have one person shuffle the glasses with everyone else’s back turned. Afterward, the glasses should be shuffled again under the same conditions, just by a different person. Next, number each glass 1 through 6. The first person will roll the die and shoot whatever number they have. If no die is available, simply choose a number. If they drink the liquor they must take a single truth or dare from the group. If they drink the water, just move on.

When the contents of a glass is drank, it should be topped up with the same liquid and reshuffled.

And that’s Russian Roulette – a very easy drinking game for two or more persons.


5 Types of People at a Party

Today’s post will be a short one. In fact it will just be a list. A list of the 5 types of people you will encounter at almost any party you attend or throw. Of course, this list is not conclusive, it’s just the first 5 who come to my mind. Feel free to add in the comments section.

  1. The WIFI Guy – as soon as this guy.. or girl walks in, they wanna know the wifi code so they can chat to friends on social media. Makes you wonder if they’re really at the party to well, party..
  2. The Stoner(s) – they come to the party because they had nowhere else to smoke.
  3. The It’s Been A Long Week Guy/Girl – This person just went through a hellish week of countless exams and assignments. They let lose completely and embody what partying is all about.
  4. The Thirst Bucket – this guy is hitting on every girl he runs into. He’s doing so shamelessly too because he is determined to get laid tonight.
  5. The Horny Drunk – the girl who eventually hooks up with the Thirst Bucket. When she drinks she becomes a complete slut and fate will have her and Mr. Thirst cross paths before the end of the night.

What are some other regulars at parties you throw/attend?

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