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Drinking game for A Very Potter Musical

Take a drink for every time...

  • Points are taken away from Gryffindor.
    • Two if it’s because of Hermione.
  • Malfoy mentions Pigfarts.
    • Two if it's in song.
  • A male actor hits a really high note.
    • Two if it isn't Darren.
  • Ginny says "Wowee, Harry Potter!"
  • Ron has a snack when entering the screen (this includes drinks).
    • Two if he doesn't!
    • Three when it's the giant Hershey's bar!
  • Red Vines are mentioned in the Sequel.
    • Chug if someone doesn't want a Redvine.
  • Hermione is made fun of for being ugly.
    • A sip for being unable to draw.
  • Lupin is only in briefs.
  • Tyler Bruensman's character dies.
  • Cho says "y'all".
  • Goyle refers to himself in third person.
  • High School Musical is mentioned.
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    • Twilight or The Hunger Games is mentioned in Senior Year.
    • In the Sequel, make it two for High School Musical
    • For that matter, make it a straight CHUG for every single Disney reference.
  • Umbridge says "momma" or "wo-MAN" or refers to herself in third person.
  • The "did you get my text?" conversation is said.
    • Someone gets a text from Umbridge.
  • Snape says "What the devil is going on heeeere?"
  • Umbridge puts on her psycho killer face.
  • An ambiguous moment occurs between Quirrell and Voldemort.
  • Someone quotes from Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  • Cedric says "find" or any variation thereof.
  • Voldemort says diary and then corrects it to journal in Senior Year.
  • Someone says "totally awesome".
  • Drink a third of what's left in the bottle for every "Chocolate frogs! Harry Potter did it, y'all!" as it's said Once an Episode.
  • Malfoy rolls about on the ground.
  • Someone says "Thanks, Hermione!"
  • Goyle says something in a tone reminiscent of an angry hillbilly in a screamo band.
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    • Two if he uses the word "nerd" or any of its variants.
  • For Senior Year, a previous year is mentioned.

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