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To all you incoming college freshman that dont want to make a fool of yourself at college parties learn this drinking game Perhaps the King of all drinking games Asshole is a true American classic Asshole is a game that tests ones ability to concentrate as well as ones threshold for humiliation for the object of the game is for those in power to abuse those who are not Im sure that most of you out there have at least heard of this game and I am aware that there are many different ways to play With this in mind the following is intended as a basic outline of the rules The first thing you need is a group of willing and open people a large table and a deck of cards Further be advised that plenty of beer should be on hand as this game has a tendency for mass consumption of alcohol Shuffle the cards I realize that this is obvious however there are boneheads out there and remove the jokers To begin play have all the cards placed in the middle of the table and have every player draw a card The player with the highest card 2 being low and Ace high is appointed President The next highest cardholder becomes the Vice-President and so on and so forth until the player holding the lowest card becomes affectionately known as the Asshole In the event that two or more players draw the same value card have those players draw again so that their position can be determined However if one of the players involved in a second drawing happens to draw a card higher than the card that of the President that player doesnt become President They assume the position in question and the loser of the draw-off takes the position below that person Players occupying positions falling between VP and Asshole are known as common
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