Beer Pong. As witnessed in a San Leandro, CA garage.
Ping Pong with full (opened or unopened, player's choice) cans of beer on each corner of the table.
Play. Since a ping pong ball strike is not normally enough to upset a full beer can, when your opponent hits a can on your side, and they score (note: the can is a "paddle" of yours, thus the can "hit" the ball and if it fails to clear the net on your opponent’s side, they score. In rare cases a hard and direct enough hit may cause the can to volley the ball over the net sucessfully. This event is usually cheered by all), you must consume the entire beer in the un-opened variation. In the open can game, simply take a chug and replace the can on the corner.
Warning: in open can games, a ping-pong ball CAN spill partially full beers. In the case a beer is wasted in this manner, the player who failed to catch and save the contents of the falling can must consume an entire can from their opponent's side, and must make the fridge run to replace to spilled beer. Open can games are best played with very cheap beer.
I always play beer pong with COORS, so if waste few, no one really cares. Try the "Silver Bullets" - they're taller and can sometimes score for you!
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