July 7, 2006

Physical Challenge: Edward Forty Hands

40 Hands Winner!We know from clever, and clever is whoever came up with the Edward Forty Hands game. This is the best kind of game - not a lot of props, not a lot of preparation, and you can watch TV while you do it. The rules are deceptively simple, the play is exceedingly sloppy, and it's inspired by a Johnny Depp movie. You can't really get any better than that.

The rules you ask? Get two forty ouncers (we say it has to be malt liquor...none of the 40 oz of beer or whatever) and a roll of duct tape. Tape the 40s to your hands. The tape doesn't come off until you finish both bottles, and the first to finish wins. All we can say is we hope you A) have a big bladder or B) have a very close and trusted friend to help you unzip...and even more delicately, zip back up.

Stay tuned next week when we stick with the Depp theme and play "40 Oz Jump Street" and "Malt Liquors of the Caribbean," but until then check out the 40 Hands wikipedia entry.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at July 7, 2006 7:27 AM
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