When entertaining at home, it can be difficult to keep everyone at your party engaged and having a good time. Especially if it’s a party that started too early and now your guests don’t know when is an appropriate time to leave, or if you didn’t think of a reason to have the party before you invited people over and now they’re all looking at you thinking, Why are we here?, or if it’s a theme party and no one showed up dressed as the theme except you, or if it’s a theme party and only a few people showed up dressed as the theme and they feel awkward and that’s making the other people feel awkward too, or if you put something on the TV just as like a background thing but now too many people are watching the TV and you just want to say, like, Hey maybe let’s turn off the TV? But you don’t want to seem weird about it, or if someone was really pushy about wanting to play a board game and you really didn’t want that vibe at your party but they were REALLY pushy about it and now everyone is reluctantly playing a board game, or if there’s just nothing really to talk about, or many other reasons.
Lots of things can go wrong with having a party, obviously, so it comes in handy to have a few party tricks up your sleeve. One fun trick is to line up a hundred beers and then set up shots of sake on top of them and have them fall into the glasses like dominos. Impress your friends!
It’s as easy as setting up dominos. And then maybe you can order dominos? And then it will be a real party! And the theme can be “dominos.” That’s just a great idea for a party, I don’t care who you are. One question I have about this video, though, is how did they distribute these drinks after the trick was over? Also, is this a private party? Because if it’s not a private party, I bet EVERYONE got roofied. Because I imagine that they passed out the drinks to each other after this? And while they were passing out the drinks, probably lots of people put roofies in them. It seems like that’s a golden opportunity for roofying. I know a lot about the culture of roofying, obviously, and this seems like a classic case. Case closed. Roofy everyone at your next party easily with this exciting trick. (Via HYST.)