Friday, December 2, 2011

Ghost Adventures-Drinking Game!

Pat Benatar "Love is a Battlefield" (Jeez, I miss the 80s soooooo much!)

Zak and the Boyz are heading to Kentucky to a battlefield and field hospital called Rocky Point Manor.

Wanna take bets they dress up like soldiers and carry guns around?

This location in Perryville, KY is known for being the location of one of the bloodiest battles of the war. Zak and the boyz check out the distressed 200-year old Rocky Point Manor too.

Tonight's drinking game rules:
1. Stay home.
2. Take a drink for every "bro," "dude," "man," every time Zak thinks a ghost touched him, and every time Aaron's mouth drops open in horror.

Since tonight's episode is in the gorgeous state of Kentucky, I say we go for some bourbon.

Bourbon and pineapple juice. If you have a marashino cherry-add it!


    "We are young heartache to heartache we stand
    no promises no demands love is a battlefield

    We are strong noone can tell us we're wrong
    searching out hearts for so long
    both of us knowing love is a battlefield"

    I was a younging in the 80's.. but I love this song!

    oh check this out:

    And, I love this drinking game. I always get good and sloshed.

  2. That was awesome! Oh, my 80s wardrobe--I miss it so. What I loved about the 80s was that everyone dressed like they were in costume all the time. I miss that personality in clothing and "anything goes." Plus, I did big hair like nobody's biz.

  3. Oh woh woh wowowowowoooooowooooh

    Earmworm meet the rest of my weekend.


  4. How about some 25 year old scotch whiskey.

  5. It should be malt liquor if we're matching the show with the booze, but if you want to use perfectly good 25-year-old scotch on the show--have at it, but the bottle will be empty by the end of the show, no doubt.

  6. Friday night during the rebroadcast of the GA live episode I attempted this game and woke up the following morning in my bath tub.

    I suggest a similar game for Destination Truth: A shot of absinthe is to be consumed for every time someone trips and falls before a commercial break.

    1. I actually did a DT drinking game--one hit for every method of transportation they take. Boy, I learned to use beer and not vanilla bourbon.