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Here is a drinking game to get you through Trump’s RNC nomination speech

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Urgent: in order to play this game you must have an extremely high alcohol tolerance or, ideally, be an alcoholic, though a few years short of having a failing liver.

Also, in order to not induce liver failure, you must have eaten a full meal. And your drinking game must include water (see below).

Now, without any further ado, we present the final night of the 2016 RNC drinking game.

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  • Drink a full glass of water every time the audience breaks into a USA! USA! chant.

Take a shot:

  • Every time a celebrity you’ve never heard of speaks.
  • Every time said celebrity states that they are willing to risk their non-existent career for their political convictions.
  • Every 10th time the audience dances whiter than you ever feared possible.
  • Every time Rick Perry compares a veteran to a tall glass of water or any beverage.
  • Every 5th time Ivanka Trump fulfills a role usually fulfilled by the nominee’s spouse.
  • Every other time Trump implies that the incest taboo is the only thing standing in the way of his dating Ivanka.

Take a dainty sip of beer or wine:

  • Every time the audience chants “lock her up!” about Hillary Clinton.
  • Every time he calls Hillary Clinton “crooked Hillary.”
  • Every time he mentions, “The Wall.”
  • Every time Trump may or may not be plagiarizing David Duke or Alex Jones.

Drink an entire bottle of rubbing alcohol:

  • When the audience claps, chants or dances in rhythm. (Don’t worry. It’s not gonna happen)
  • When Trump starts discussing his policies. (Don’t worry. It’s not gonna happen… Or if he does, you’ll want to be unconscious, if not dead).

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