Did you know that the first drinking game called Kottabos can be traced back to the Ancient Greek symposium between 5th and 4th century BC? Drinking wine is inseparable from symposium—an important part of Greek culture. Long before the modern house parties thrown today, there existed a private house party where Greek males gather to talk about philosophy, politics, and poetry over wine and food. Some people say it is a precursor of beer pong, only messier. The gameplay was quite complicated as everyone attempts to topple a ‘precariously’ balanced cup by filling it with wine by flinging wine from their own cups. Indeed, drinking game has drastically evolved from a very sophisticated way to more casual and laidback ones. BuzzFeed shares us 15 simple and fun drinking ideas to try. Drunk Jenga is perfect alongside the growing popularity of tabletop games—perfect for a bigger squad. The other games include Never Have I Ever, Roxanne, Pennies, Fuzzy Duck, and many more. While 2017 offered us outrageous food trends from side-to-side, 2018 is hoped to be a mix of sober and not-so-sober year for everyone as talented mixologists stir their creativity and change your cravings from coffee to cocktails. Drinking trends this year include detoxifying and anti-oxidant drinks featuring turmeric and cinnamon; Rum is still on the roll, and wine on tap is definitely a hit this year.
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