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Weird But True

A Canadian Has Invented Alcohockey (Beer Pong + Air Hockey)

Air hockey and beer pong are two of my greatest/only talents, so when I heard of “Alcohockey,” the seemingly-ingenious hybrid of the two, I popped an instant chub.

Here is what it looks like, presented on Imgur with the wonderful caption, “Alcohockey – Canadian variation of beer pong. I am inventor of this. I am drunk. I am Canadian.”

Alcohockey Beer Pong Air Hockey

There aren’t rules posted… but it seems to make sense. You play air hockey, and when you nail a cup, you drink it, a la beer pong. Simple. And just like beer pong, it’s a bit easier at first with all the targets, but eventually becomes just a one cup game. That seems like a pretty hard way to end things, but I’ll have to do some original reporting to confirm.

It’s also definitely even less sanitary than beer pong, which is already like kissing Lindsey Lohan. This is like seasoning all of your meat with Lindsey Lohan’s grundle juice. This will kill people, in so many ways.

Still: fantastic idea.

[Extra Mustard]

  • Chris

    Simply awesome

  • Dave Rhodes

    Take my money.

  • Jake O’Donnell

    Mine too.

  • John Lengieza

    Its awesome on paper but realistically it will never end. When one cup is left, the guy will never move his paddle away its border line impossible to get it in at that point.

  • Anonymous

    That’s what I initially wrote, but I thought about it, and I don’t think it’s too bad. Because, 1) if you’re drunk, you can’t play defense. 2) Even if you’re not, you won’t be able to play any offense if you’re just cup guarding, so you’ll have to chase the puck to regain possession. My favorite air-hockey strategy is to intentionally miss a hard shot to get them to move their paddle, then sink it. But like I said, further investigation is needed.

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