Itís about time it happened. For those of you who arenít pussies, I suggest you register for the inaugural online Fordforums annual drinking competition.
Must be available on Saturday 25th of September from 9pm EST till late.
Must have a functioning webcam and decent connection to the internet.
You must be a beer drinker - as we are unable to validate those who love to drink "Vodka neat" havenít tampered with the bottle choosing instead to indulge in a substance similar in texture and colour.
1x30ml shot glass.
24x375ml stubbies/cans of beer
There will be 2 teams. Team A and Team B.
Must nominate a rival who you will be drinking against by responding in this thread with your FFís handle and that of your oppositions. You must also include what team you are on. i.e. GTPChris team A - Softcock team B
Entry will be confirmed on the night on fordforums IRC by 9pm EST 25th of Sept. Recommend you install mIRC or another irc client rather than using the browser based version.
Drinking starts 9:30pm sharp with further instructions to follow on IRC.
When the IRC command instructs all to drink, you will drink. Failure to do so by the time the next drinking instruction is issued will automatically assume a forfeit on behalf of that player.
Webcam verification of each player drinking must occur for each drink.
Dropped connections, irc timeouts are counted as forfeits.
Run out of beer, you lose. Come prepared.
One point will be granted to the team who outdrinks their partner on the night between 9:30pm Ė 10:30pm
Two points will be granted to the team who outdrinks their partner on the night between 10:30pm Ė 11:30pm
Three points will be granted to the team who outdrinks their partner on the night between 11:30pm Ė 1:00am
Five points will be granted to the team who outdrinks their partner on the night between 1:00am Ė 6:00am
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