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n. A drinking game in which players attempt to throw ping pong balls across a table into an opponent's half-filled cups of beer. Players are required to drink the beer from any of their cups into which the opponent throws a ball. The first player to hit all their opponent's cups wins. The loser is required to drink whatever beer is left on the table (in opponent's cups). For sanitary reasons a cup of water is kept at either end of the table to wash the balls off after each throw, but if you've ever played you know it doesn't really help.

Note: Table size, number of players/cups, and house rules concerning bounces, misses, and crossovers vary depending on the college/fraternity/drinking club involved.
After that 20 oz. Jack & coke and five games of beer pong, I was definitely feeling a buzz. Rock on apartment 306.
by Jon January 19, 2004
In beer pong, a shot taken by a non-participating player, usually a friend who is really good at beer pong or a girl you want to feel included so you can get with her. Most games have a limit of a single celeb shot per game.
You got here just in time, Matt. Celeb shot this shit, I'm losing badly.
by Jilbait September 28, 2009
The reason I get up in the morning and the reason I pass out at night.
beer GOOD!
by Funk Naz-T August 11, 2003
Something I never get invited to.
There was a party last night, but I wasn't invited.
by NGFL November 16, 2005
Intricate drinking game involving beer cups set up in particular formations on rectangular pieces of wood (which resemble ping-pong tables). Played using wooden ping-pong paddles w/o the handles (these are sawed off). Variations of alcohol used include: champong, martini pong, etc. Possible formations include: shrub, tree, ship, tower of boot, among others.

Very popular game among college students. Rules vary.
Wanna play pong?

Lets pong tonite!

Big Green students rock at pong! =)

Pooooong! Yeaaaa! Raaaaaage! =P
by do =) October 18, 2004
40
A bottle containing 40 fluid ounces of malt liquor beer. The beer is of low quality and fairly cheap to buy. A bottle can run you usually between 2 and three dollars depending on brand. 40's are popular in a variety of areas and are drunken by many types of people. Gangstas will drink 40's and will sometimes pour out a little of the beer onto the ground for their dead homies. Teenagers also like to drink 40's because it is a fast way to get drunk and all the beer is in one bottle opposed to drinking several smaller 12 ounce bottles and/or cans. Some brands of beer produced in the 40 ounce variety are Clot 45, Olde English, Mickey's, and King Cobra.
"Pass me that 40 motherfucka!"

"I'm gonna pick up some 40's for tonight."
by IceWarm June 22, 2004
A pathway of un-defined width between 2 buildings.
I gave her one up the alley behind the pub.
by bobhoskins September 19, 2004
1. A man's testicles where sperm is produced.
2. Courage or bravery.
3. Manliness.
4. Something yelled to shock people.
1. During oral sex Jackie licked Ed's balls.
2. He didn't have the balls to jump off a three-story platform into the water.
3. He may look sexy, but Dereck doesn't have balls.
4. The boy said to his grandmother: "Balls!" And she passed out.
by Anonymous June 29, 2003
n. A drinking game in which players attempt to throw ping pong balls across a table into an opponent's half-filled cups of beer. Players are required to drink the beer from any of their cups into which the opponent throws a ball. The first player to hit all their opponent's cups wins. The loser is required to drink whatever beer is left on the table (in opponent's cups). For sanitary reasons a cup of water is kept at either end of the table to wash the balls off after each throw, but if you've ever played you know it doesn't really help.

Note: Table size, number of players/cups, and house rules concerning bounces, misses, and crossovers vary depending on the college/fraternity/drinking club involved.
After that 20 oz. Jack & coke and five games of beer pong, I was definitely feeling a buzz. Rock on apartment 306.
by Jon January 19, 2004
"Before I begin, I would like to put to rest a dirty dispute: the difference between Beirut and Beer Pong. Let me start off by saying that they are different. Whoever tells you that Beirut and Beer Pong are one and the same probably also told you that he was popular in high school. Neither of these statements are true. A great deal of confusion could be avoided if Beirut was always referred to as the version without paddles. Beer Pong uses ping-pong paddles. Hence, Beer PONG — get it?"

Beirut/ ruit, is a popular drinking game, that some less informed people like to call Beer pong ( beer pong is a totally different game).

Materials: 6-8 foot table
22 solo cups
3 ping pong balls
beverage of choice
water for the water cups
2-4 players

In ruit you set up 10 solo cups on each side of a table. Arrange the cups in a pyramid formation, 4 cups, 3 cups, 2 then 1, all of the edges of the cups touching. Fill the cups with any beer you want, preferablly filling the cups at least half full. also have two water cups to wash off dirty ping pong balls. After your set up a player from each team can shoot for first shot. After this is won players continue to shoot one team at a time, three ping pong balls into the opposite teams cups. When one team sinks a ball, the other team drinks the cup that the ball landed in. This procces is continued until one team makes all of the other teams cups. There are many variations of the game, and other little rules regarding rearranges, bounces, when you pick up cups and so on... depending on who you are playing with.

contrary to popular belief, beirut(ruit) and beerpong are two different games. Beerpong uses paddles to hit the ball into the cup, while in Ruit the ball is simply tossed in by hand
"The difference between Beer Pong and Beirut is that Beer Pong refers to any variation of the game that uses paddles to hit the ball in the cup, while in Beirut, the ball is thrown by hand, " said Jason Keith, head of the National Beer Pong League.
by Cayars January 18, 2006