Do you love your country so much that you’d take suspicious experimental Stark juice just so you could be in the army? Would you go all the way for the USA because you love them stars and stripes? Did you spend a good part of the 20th century stuck in a nice, chilly iceberg? Is that man still playing Galaga? Are you just really bored and need nerdy ideas for your Fourth of July bash next week? Well, we don’t know about the rest of these but we can definitely give you a hand with the last thing. Stick with us and we will help you create the geekiest, fanciest, most patriotic Captain America Fourth of July bash ever.
So, you’ve survived a year, a FULL YEAR, since Reichenbach. Good job, you. In that time you’ve probably read (and written) fanfiction, seen enough fanart to last a lifetime, drank Sherlock tea, discovered the Red Pants tag and completely lost your sanity. Well, the bad news is that Sherlock season 3 does not start filming until March of this year; the good news is we’ve found a new way to occupy your time until the first photos of the actors on-set begin to trickle onto Tumblr.
Be warned, this drinking game is not for the weak of heart (or liver). This drinking game is the ULTIMATE drinking game, meant to get you through to season three… or die, in which case you’ll have to sell your soul to Crowley so you can live to see Season 3. The rules are simple: Get a drink. Go to the “sherlock” tag on Tumblr. See what comes up. If it’s on our list… drink accordingly. Ready? Let’s go.
Christmas Day was Tuesday… but New Year’s Day is Tuesday too! Okay, no, you’ve probably heard this one today once or twice… an hour… at least… I’ll stop now. However, seeing as it’s New Year’s Day, we have only two things to do: celebrate the fact that the world has yet to be destroyed, and get drunk. We here at 3 Chic Geeks have come up with a foolproof way of getting drunk – the ULTIMATE Supernatural drinking game. If you’re not drunk five minutes into the episode, then we’re pretty sure you’re not watching Supernatural. Read on to see the rules of the drinking game, and remember to drink responsibly. Or at least semi-responsibly.