He was there to kiss away Ronaldo’s tears. Continue reading
What do you do after winning a major championship? Obviously, you play beer pong. Continue reading
Johnny Manziel now joins the ranks of Adrian Peterson, Manny Pacquiao, Oscar Pistorius, Ray Rice, and Lance Armstrong as he becomes the sixth person to be dropped by Nike in the last three and a half years. Continue reading
Whenever you play beer pong with a new group of people, you have to go back to the basics. You re-learn the rules and make sure everyone’s on the same page. Every house has one rule that doesn’t make any sense to you, but you have to follow it. It’s house rules, right? Continue reading
Jimmy Fallon is known for having a great time on his shows. He’s always laughing and make his guests play outrageous games, including drinking games. He plays everything from flip cup and quarters to beer pong, and most recently, hockey pong–a combination of air hockey and beer pong. To rev you up for tonight’s parties, check out the definitive ranking of pong games on Fallon from worst to best. Continue reading
Kobe hit his basketball prime when the majority of Millenials were graduating high school and entering college. He was the champion of our generation. Continue reading
Beer pong can be a rollercoaster. One minute you’re up, the other you’re down. You blame your partner and sometimes yourself. From the minute you step up to the table, the feels begin. Here are the steps you go through in each game of pong: Continue reading
Spieth walked away from the 11th hole yesterday, still two strokes ahead of his opponents. He was confident and well on his way to becoming the fourth player in history to win back-to-back green jackets. Continue reading
Last week, I talked to Andrew about the product and the Kickstarter campaign. Here is his story:
Why Beer Pong?
I grew up in the Boston area and went to college in Connecticut, and out in the woods, beer pong was a party staple. I always enjoyed playing. We had multiple beer pong tables that we built and bought, and always had tournaments going on. So one day the idea just popped in my head after years of arguing over elbow rules and chasing after dirty balls, it just finally clicked. Continue reading
The game was invented at Dartmouth College.
Rumor has it (although, I’m sure you’ve heard a lot of rumors) that the game was discovered by college students at Dartmouth. Students used to gather in basements to compete in ping pong tournaments. One fateful day, someone accidentally hit a ball into a cup full of beer–thus creating beer pong. Before you start telling me I’m wrong, check out Crispus Knight’s memoir, Three for Ship: A Swan Song to Dartmouth Beer Pong.