LeVar Burton never saw it coming
August 7, 2010 8:44 PM Subscribe
Modern drinking games are often crafted around movies or television, leaving dry those with literary ambitions. Now you avid readers can get in on the fun! (via)
David Foster Wallace: Drink every time a sentence has three or more conjunctions.
Jane Austen: Drink every time someone plays whist, goes riding, or gets married.
J.D. Salinger: Every time there is a symbol of lost innocence, drink a highball. Then spit it all over someone you love.
Stephenie Meyer: Drink every time someone drinks blood.
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