Spice Up Date Night: Fun Couples Drinking Games

Wanna spend an exciting time with your partner but don’t want to go out? Drinking games might just be the thing for you. especially if you want to bond with your partner as well as spend quality time together having lots of fun, you can play Couples drinking games instead of doing the usual. This way, you will get to interact with each other and enjoy each other’s company with lots of alcohol handy. 

First things first, put your kids to sleep if you have any and get ready to spend-on-one time together with lots of fun and no distractions like kids, television, or mobile. By the end of these games, you will not only be very drunk but also have spent time bonding with each other.

This is a great thing for couples to do, especially those who have been in a long term relationship because they will spend an evening filled with romance, excitement, fun and drinks.

What You’ll Need To Play

Obviously, you will need lots of alcohol to play any of the drinking games. Depending on the games you want to play, you might need a deck of cards, board games, Jenga blocks, etc. or you can simply play without any of these and have fun with alcohol only.

Fun Drinking Games To Play For Couple

Fun Drinking Games To Play For Couple

Fun Drinking Games To Play For Couple

1. Two Truths And A Lie

We will play this game the typical way where both of you have to tell each other two truths and one lie about yourselves. You have to guess which ones are truths and which ones a lies. Whoever guesses it wrong has to take a drink. This game will ensure that you have lots of fun and get to know each other better.

Playing time- around 30-45 minutes

Size of the group- two or more couples can play this game

2. Never Have I ever

It is a very popular game in all age groups, and in this scenario, this game will help you bond as well as get to know each other better. Rules are very simple; one person has to say, “Never have I ever…” and fill the blank with something they have never done and something they have done, for example, never gone skinny dipping or kissed under the mistletoe.

The other person has to guess which of the two things you haven’t done. You can also play it the old fashioned way where the other person has to take a drink if they have done something you haven’t. For example, if you say “never have I ever gone for a midnight swim” and they have done it, they take a shot.

Playing time- around 30-45 minutes

Size of the group- two or more couples can play this game

3. The Quiz Game

It is also a very simple game with very simple rules, where you can ask your partners questions, spicy or otherwise (although we highly recommend spicy questions), and they have to answer each of the questions truthfully and to your satisfaction. If they fail to do so, they have to drink a shot, or do any other things you might want them to do like give you a body massage or make your favorite drink or food.

Playing time- around 30-45 minutes

Size of the group- one couple

4. Spin The Bottle

We will add a little spin to this game so that it isn’t your regular spin the bottle. Instead of spinning the bottle to point at any one person, place a few objects, including some eatables in a circle and spin the bottle to point at any of them.

At whichever object the bottle stops, either you or your partner has to use that object to seduce or make the other person laugh. If they fail to do so, they have to drink. No matter the outcome of this game, it will assure very fun times and you will also be able to have fun coming with some really interesting items to spin the bottle around. 

Things you’ll need- alcohol and some interesting objects to make this game fun like handcuffs, whipped cream, strawberries, chocolate sauce etc. 

Playing time- around 30-45 minutes

Size of the group- one couple

5. Snake And Ladder

Again, we are not talking about your regular snake and Ladder. This time, we will add spice and alcohol to this game and make it very interesting and fun. The rules are very simple; every time you climb a ladder, you need to drink a shot of alcohol and every time you get bit by a snake, you need to remove a piece of clothing. Doesn’t that sound fun and interesting? 

What you’ll need- alcohol and a Snakes & Ladders Board game. 

Playing time- around 30-45 minutes

Size of the group- one couple

6. Truth, Dare Or Drink

A classic, this game will bring lots of fun times to you and your partner. Ask each other questions for truth, and whoever refuses to answer has to take a shot. In the same way, make a list of interesting dares for each other and whoever does not do the dare has to drink.

What you’ll need- lots and lots of alcohol and a list of dares for each one to do.

Playing time- around 30-45 minutes

Size of the group- one or more couples can play this game

7. Laugh And You Lose

This is the simplest game to start playing with your partner, especially if it is your first time doing this. This is extremely fun and very easy. All you need to do is scroll through your YouTube, Instagram or TikTok and watch them together with your partner. Whoever laughs first, loses the game and has to take a shot. Trust me when I say, things will only get funnier the drunker you get, promising a lot of fun times. 

What you’ll need- Alcohol and your phone 

Playing time- around 30-45 minutes

Size of the group- one or more couple can play this game

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. Can a sober person date a drinker?

Ans-It is not impossible for a sober person to date a drinker. However, it requires lots of patience, communication, and understanding and putting in a lot of work like any other relationship.

Q2. Does drinking make a breakup worse?

Ans-Drinking can help you numb the pain of breakup for some time by blocking out the memories and emotions but in the long term, it is not going to help because at some point, you will have to process your emotions and deal with them. Depending too much on alcohol will only lead to more unwanted problems. 

Q3. How many drinks a day is considered alcoholic?

Ans- If you consume more than four drinks a day and between 10-14 drinks a week, you might be considered an alcoholic.