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Whenever I play Cheers to the Governor, we always have a start-off rule. A start-off rule is an additional rule that starts the game off. Start-off rules include 'replacing 7 with 14 and 14 with 7', doing an action instead of saying a number, etc.
The Cheers to the Governor drinking game is a social game that really only requires people, alcohol, and a creative mind to enjoy. It's also great for drinking alcohol and enjoying a pool on a nice day.
Instead of saying Cheers to the Governor!" everybody must say Cheers, Governor!. Anyone that says it wrong drinks twice. Every time you say an even number, shout it! If you mess up you have to drink. On 10 say 10 again; Make an animal noise instead of saying the numbers.
Cheers to the Governor can be a decent amount of drinking depending on the rules players make and how forgetful they are. It’s an absolute blast at parties and can really turn a boring night into something memorable.
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Cheers, governor (self.DrinkingGames) submitted 2 years ago by Agent_Duds Pretty sure this has been posted, but the version I saw is slightly different from how I was taught.
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