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Beer pong

a game in which two teams take turns throwing a Ping-Pong ball across a table, aiming to get it into one of the cups of beer at the opposing team’s end of the table, forcing their opponents to drink the beer.
Contemporary Examples

They stopped by The Daily Beast HQ to play some beer pong—and challenged Kevin Fallon to a chugging contest.
Hanson Got Me Drunk on Their New Beer, Mmmhops (Really) Kevin Fallon September 17, 2013

Lindsay, 33, and Martin, 32, met in 2007 when they were both hired to work on a documentary on the World Series of beer pong.
‘Undefeated’: The Oscar-Nominated Documentary That Is the Real ‘Friday Night Lights’ Marlow Stern February 17, 2012

The audience laughed at that, so people missed the rest: “… in a winner-take-all game of beer pong.”
Why Won’t I Tell the ‘Truth’ About the Bilderberg Meetings? David Frum March 6, 2013

The brothers were incredibly game as we played a very sad round of beer pong.
Hanson Got Me Drunk on Their New Beer, Mmmhops (Really) Kevin Fallon September 17, 2013


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