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by Sue Stevenson (subscribe)
I write essays, short stories and political commentary and believe the colour orange is unfairly discriminated against.
Published April 27th 2014
An Alcoholic Accompaniment
If you're after a little liquid accompaniment to your My Kitchen Rules watching, then maybe the all-new My Drinking Rules game can help. Encompassing an aperitif, a digestif, and a slew of unnamed shots in-between, My Drinking Rules will ensure that by the end of the show you'll be seeing double Manu - and that's not such a bad thing now, is it?

MKR, My Kitchen Rules, Pete Evans, Manu Fieldel
Pete and Manu, judges on My Kitchen Rules which is in no way affiliated with this game (duh).

The Food
The rules are very simple. Each participant brings a meal to share - whether an appetiser, a main, or a dessert. Each meal is marked by fellow dinner partiers on different components - taste, presentation and technique.

The winner of each component category takes a shot (see shot suggestions listed below). If they are a rotten drinker, inclined to vomiting, screaming and antisocial street behaviour involving fists, urination, egging and setting fire to things that aren't theirs, they can only have Shot 4, the Palate-Cleansing, Brian-Cell Saving, Non-Alcoholic Sorbet Shot.

The Show
Every time certain things happen on the show, it's down the hatch. Dinner partiers may choose to continue instigating Shot 4 onto rotten drinkers if required. Good drinkers may possibly turn into rotten drinkers as the evening progresses. On some occasions, all partiers must partake of Shot 4, whether good drinkers or not.

Here are the situations and some suggested shots. Feel free to make up your own - that is, if you can string two brain cells together, you bunch of lushes.

Shot 1 - Beef and Bourbon Ju Shot
Used in the following circumstances:

Whenever anyone says, "You're cooking for your lives."

Whenever someone mentions that something is the "hero of the dish."

Whenever anyone, anywhere, refers to Manu loving his sauce.

Shot 2 - Vodka & Raspberry Couli Shot
Used in the following circumstances:

Whenever someone cries.

Whenever someone says something is "cooked to perfection."

Whenever someone says, "If I overcook this [insert relevant protein] we're going home."

Shot 3 - Kahlua & Vanilla Ice Cream Spider Shot
Used in the following circumstances:

Whenever Liz Egan's eyes widen in delight and she nods at other judges when eating something delicious.

Whenever anyone says anything referring to "me on a plate."

Whenever Manu says something that sounds really adorable with his French accent. Double shots when he says tighste (taste) or showdern (showdown).

Shot 4 - Palate-Cleansing, Brain Cell-Saving, Non-Alcoholic Sorbet Shot
Used in the following circumstances:

Whenever anyone uses fennel

Whenever anything is pureed

Whenever anything is deconstructed

My Drinking Rules, My Kitchen Rules
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Drink whenever someone is told they had the dish of the day.

When a contestant says they've given up so much to be there.

When Anna swears at her mum.

When the twins say twinning, we've got this, and two bodies, one brain.

When someone calls Kelly or Chloe by the wrong name.

When Carly says or does something that makes you go, "Aww!"

This is fun. Great game Sue!
by Carly Ogborne (score: 3|4626) 2293 days ago
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