History DrinkingGame / Tintin

16th Dec '15 4:27:08 PM henry42
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Added DiffLines:
* Someone who isn't Haddock gets drunk.
26th Sep '14 3:53:25 PM mlsmithca
Is there an issue? Send a Message
There is, succinctly put, no good reason whatever to use angled quotes or apostrophes instead of straight quotes or apostrophes, or single-character ellipses instead of three-character ellipses, and plenty of reasons not to do so. Also, the detective who isn't Thompson is Thomson, not Tompson. (To be precise, Thomson and Thompson are defective, not Tompson.)
* Tompson and Thompson arrest Tintin. * Tintin says “What is it Snowy?” or “What is it boy?”. * Tintin says “Great snakes!”. * Tintin says “No!”. * Tintin yells “Gas!”.
to:
* Tompson Thomson and Thompson arrest Tintin. * Tintin says “What "What is it Snowy?” Snowy?" or “What "What is it boy?”. boy?". * Tintin says “Great snakes!”. "Great snakes!". * Tintin says “No!”. "No!". * Tintin yells “Gas!”."Gas!".

* When Thomson says “To be precise…” and mangles what Thompson said earlier. * Thompson and Tompson exhibit incompetence.
to:
* When Thomson says “To "To be precise…” precise..." and mangles what Thompson said earlier. * Thompson and Tompson Thomson exhibit incompetence.

* Madame Castafiore mispronounces someone’s name.
to:
* Madame Castafiore mispronounces someone’s someone's name.

* Someone who isn’t Tintin gets chloroformed.
to:
* Someone who isn’t isn't Tintin gets chloroformed.

* Captain Haddock curses and you don’t know what the word means.
to:
* Captain Haddock curses and you don’t don't know what the word means.

* Thomson says “To be precise…” and doesn’t mangle what Thompson said earlier. * Madame Castafiore gets someone’s name correct.
to:
* Thomson says “To "To be precise…” precise..." and doesn’t doesn't mangle what Thompson said earlier. * Madame Castafiore gets someone’s someone's name correct.

* Thompson and Tompson exhibit competence.
to:
* Thompson and Tompson Thomson exhibit competence.

* Whenever Captain Haddock says “Thundering typhoons/Blistering barnacles” or any variations thereof, you must drink and repeat what he said word-for-word. Screw up, and you have to drink again. Repeat until correct. Harder to do once you’re really drunk.
to:
* Whenever Captain Haddock says “Thundering "Thundering typhoons/Blistering barnacles” barnacles" or any variations thereof, you must drink and repeat what he said word-for-word. Screw up, and you have to drink again. Repeat until correct. Harder to do once you’re you're really drunk.
21st May '12 8:40:29 PM pinkbaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Narrowed it down a bit.
to:
\n* Someone gets tied up.

* When Madame Castafiore sings, you must drink until she stops singing.
to:
* When Madame Castafiore sings, sings "The Jewel Song" from Faust, you must drink until she stops singing.
16th May '12 9:56:01 PM deeman45
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Added DiffLines:
** ...OhCrap.
3rd May '12 2:23:18 PM pinkbaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Unless you want to trash your liver faster in one sitting than [[TheAlchoholic Captain Haddock]] did in his whole life, it is recommended that you use a low-alcohol content drink for this game.
to:
Unless you want to trash your liver faster in one sitting than [[TheAlchoholic [[TheAlcoholic Captain Haddock]] did in his whole life, it is recommended that you use a low-alcohol content drink for this game.
This list shows the last 5 events of 5. Show all.