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Anime drinking games

giphyAnime is weird enough, so why not add alcohol?

Since there are so many different sub-genres in anime, I thought it was only right to make several drinking games. However, there are thousands of sub-genres and that isn’t counting the sub-genres in those sub-genres. So I will probably make a part two further down the line.

Enough talking, let’s start drinking!

Game One: Harem

Examples: Highschool DxD, Monster Musume and To Love-Ru.

Take a shot when one of the following is said or done;

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  • A character gets flustered/nosebleed
  • Fanservice
  • Love interest saves protagonist or vice versa
  • Catfights
  • Romantic moment interrupted
  • BAKA!
  • Dramatic moment

Bonus rules

If you are playing this game with friends, take a shot when it gets awkward. Also, ladies, take a shot when you think to yourself “Boobs don’t work like that”.

Game Two: Comedy

Examples: Sakamoto Desu Ga, Osomatsu-San and The Devil is a Part-Timer.

Take a shot when one of the following is said or done;

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  • Karma
  • Interruptions
  • Slapstick, take two shots if a character gets slapped by a girl
  • Fanservice
  • Drinking, two shots if it is alcoholic
  • Cringe Comedy
  • Character gets humiliated/ embarrassed

Bonus Rule

Take a shot if and when you laugh.

Game Three: Highschool

Examples: Baka and Test,  Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions and My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU.

Take a shot when one of the following is said or done;

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  • Eating or hanging out on a roof, Take an extra shot if it is Bento
  • Senpai
  • BAKA!
  • Sensei
  • Bikes, take another shot if there is more than one bike in a scene
  • Fights
  • Misunderstandings
  • Dramatic confessions

Bonus Rule

If you cringe, or if a character cringes, take a shot. If there is a Tsundere character, take an extra shot of she says Baka, gets embarrassed or hits her crush.

Have fun, but please drink responsibly!



Growing up, Megan was that one kid at the back of class reading manga. Now, not much has changed except she started a blog. Basically, your typical geek (although she prefers the term Otaku)

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