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Real Game Or Spoof?

As the booze flowed tonight the group played drinking games out in the garden, starting-off with a new one from Lisa.

Basically, everyone had to hold up to three pasta shells in their hand and then each player tried to guess what the total held might be i.e. some players might be holding none, some would be holding the maximum of three.

If a player thought that there was no shells being held at all, then they would call 'Spoof' and the person who guessed correctly had to down their drink in one.

It was a good idea in theory, the point being to get people drunk more quickly, but the group soon got bored as the game became a little bit tedious and pointless in the end.

Cameron notably snubbed Lisa's efforts to get him to drink, offering a stern, "NO", when he guessed correctly and was pushed to have a bevvy by the Welsh lass.

The housemates then indulged in a game of 'Musical Alphabet', where they had to name and also sing a song representing each letter of the alphabet, with the next person in the circle taking the next letter.

The worse-for-wear group had a few rounds of the game, with everyone helping each other out when it came to ideas for songs. However, each time they came to the letters q, x and z, they struggled and moved-on.

Cameron uncharacteristically branded someone's song, "Boy-band sh*t", as his own musical tastes became apparent: we reckon his CD collection contains a combination of middle of the road 80's pap, Perry Como and um, church music. Or something.

Not exactly 'down' with the latest sounds our Cameron. Still, at least his singing wasn't that bad, unlike Steph's intensely annoying Brummie whine, which was in definite danger of attracting all the local cats!

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