Here are the Rules – You have to take a drink every time Palin:
• references how you can see Russia from Alaska and calls it “experience”
• winks or gives a thumbs up to the audience
• Calls Senator Biden “Joe” or the moderator “Gwen” (remember how many times she said “Charlie” during the interview?)
• says a world leader’s name, two drinks if it’s pronounced correctly.
• says any of these words/phrases: Alaska, Bridge to Nowhere, job creation, Washington elite/establishment, media elite, corporate greed, pitbull, lipstick, maverick, outsider, earmark(s), pork, let me tell ya, um, you know, I don’t know, the name of any member of her family (Todd, Track, Bristol, Willow, Piper, or Trig), I believe that Americans (or American families)
• leaves off a trailing “g” – takin’, leavin’, changin’, etc.
• Any time Palin answers a question, and someone at your party blurts out “WTF is she talking about?”
• When Palin claims that Washington’s problems can be solved by small town know how and common sense: Drink a Labatt Blue as you read up on how to become a Canadian citizen.
• When Palin claims she said “Thanks but no thanks” to the Bridge to Nowhere: Demand a new drink from your hosts, say “thanks but no thanks,” and then when no one’s looking, take it anyway, then claim you never wanted it.
• When Palin recounts putting the governor’s jet on eBay: Auction off a beer to your friends
• When Palin insists that governing a small town in Alaska is in fact experience: Give your friend a shot glass of beer when he/she asks for a pint and insist it’s the same thing.
• When Palin talks about being the most popular governor in the country: Go to a room by yourself, realize you’re the most popular person in the room, then finish your drink.
• Drink a shot of whiskey each time Palin says: her son Track is in the army, her son Track shipped out on 9/11, McCain is a hero drink two shots if Palin says: McCain was a POW, thanks but no thanks, the Bush doctrine, obama bin ladin
(Thanks Jen for the post)