King Ferdinand’s Cup: Everyone’s Favorite Spanish Inquisition Drinking Game

Fun & Games | November 29, 2017

This drinking game was discovered in a priest’s sarcophagus, thought by historians to be a pastime for Crusaders whilst torturing untouchables. However, the game has been adapted so it can be played at popular party schools, such as Tufts. The rules are fun and casual, and the game can be played at your favorite place on campus, i.e. the Lax House basement. The game begins with a cordial round of body shots off the nearest Roman Catholic, but if you can’t find one, a confused freshman will suffice.

The rules are as follows:

Have fun and stay safe, you crazy kids!