The ‘Admit it’ drinking game borrows inspiration from the popular T.V. show, “The Blame Game.” Even if you haven’t seen this show before, it’s pretty simple to play the game.
Sip Score: * (Low-Sipping game)
Game Description: Best played among a group of buddies who know each other pretty well and feel comfortable sharing dirty secrets with one another. The premise of the game is pretty straightforward. Each asked another to share a secret. If the friend confesses, the player asking has to DRINK!
Number of Players: Minimum of three.
You Will Need: Beers, cocktails, friends and decreased inhibitions.
How to Play: Gather a group of pals who are friendly with one another but also have some secrets hidden. One player goes first to ask another player to “Admit It” about something suspected as being true but not confirmed. If he manages to persuade the secret-keeper to share, the asking player has to drink a penalty. If the player being asked doesn’t want to share, he has to drink instead as a penalty for keeping quiet. Everyone takes a turn!
Rules of the Game: These can be added to or customized according to the agreement of the group playing.
Some simple introductory rules:
IF YOU HEAR A SECRET: The player asking has to take half a drink.
IF YOU DON’T SHARE A SECRET: The player keeping it hidden needs to take a whole drink or a shot as penance for not sharing!
You Lose: If you ask players to “Admit It” and they spill the details over and over again. You’ll be drinking up all of their secrets, quite literally!
Safety Disclaimer: Admit It is a drinking game with a comparatively low sip-score to the others, but that doesn’t mean it is free from warnings. As with all drinking games, make sure all players are of legal drinking age.
Sure, drinking games are meant for fun, but that doesn’t mean commonsense should be disregarded. Be sensible and listen to your body. It knows when it has had enough beer or needs to slow down. Playing drinking games on an empty stomach is a recipe for disaster, so make sure you’ve eaten something fairly substantial before you play. Or if you are the host of the party, maybe offer your friends some light snacks like potato chips and nuts to help soak up the alcohol. While you’re at it, also include some water and juice too so your friends have something else to drink other than hard liquor and beer.
Please take responsibility for your friends and ensure that none of them drive after drinking, or take a ride from someone else who has been drinking. Also, take responsibility for yourself and make sure that you are playing Admit It with friends you can trust. If you decide to play Admit It in a bar, it’s smart to never leave your drink unattended.
If you start to feel unwell or freaked out, stop playing, sober up and call a cab to take you home. Basically, the bottom line is when it stops being, fun, just stop!