Because 2020 isn’t insane enough, Netflix dropped Tiger King on us. And y’all: it’s something else! We have Tiger King memes, Tiger King quotes and… now we’ve got a Tiger King drinking game. If you’re currently isolated. are of legal drinking age, and are thinking, hey, this sounds like a good drinking game show- you’d be right. Grab your favorite beverage, stay socially distant from others, and queue up Netflix. ps- peep the Hamilton Drinking Game if that’s more your speed!
Tiger King Drinking Game
As Carole Baskin says, hey, all you cool cats and kittens… grab a beverage and let’s get to playing.
Here are the Tiger King drinking game rules.
Rules of the Tiger King Drinking Game
** DRINK RESPONSIBLY **
That basically means you’ll want to limit this game to one episode at a time. Do not binge both alcohol and Joe Exotic together. That is not a good look, y’all.
Seriously- I care, and the EMS does not need to be called on your booty, so be smart here.
Also: this game is NOT for kids and, to be honest, the show isn’t either. Here’s a parent review of Tiger King to help you know why this really isn’t appropriate for kids of any age.
- Every time Joe mentions “That b!tch Carole” or uses some other variation of this, take a sip.
- When you hear “Hey there all you cool cats and kittens”- take a sip
- Sip three times when you see all three husbands together.
- Take a sip every time you see a fringed jacket.
- Sip every time someone says “tigers are sexy” or a variation on this
- When Joe fires a gun or blows something up? Take a sip
- One sip whenever you see bullet hole tattoos
- Take a sip when the Walmart expired meat truck shows up. Wait- go ahead and take two when you realize the employees are eating from said meat truck.
- Everyone drinks when you realize that Carole Baskin might have killed her first husband.
- Drink when you see Carole on her bicycle.
- Finish the freakin’ cup when you hear about Joe’s Prince Albert because we are D-O-N-E here.
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Patty Holliday is a movie critic, writer, and podcaster living in the Washington, DC area. Her goal is to bridge the gap between casual fandom and picky critic with parent movie and television reviews.