Edward 40 Hands
By: The Rulemaster
Also known as Edward Cinderhands or Amy Winehands, Edward 40 Hands is a social game in which each player must duct tape a 1.14 liter or 40-ounce bottle of alcohol to each hand. The tape cannot be removed until the drinks have been consumed. Malt liquor is typically used for this game, but occasionally cider, scrumpy, or wine is used. As you might have guessed, the name Edward 40 Hands is an allusion to the popular film ‘Edward Scissorhands.’
What You Need
- 2+ players
- 2 40 oz.’s of malt liquor
- Duct Tape
Have a friend firmly duct tape a 40 oz. bottle of malt liquor to each of your hands.
Once you have a 40 oz. bottle duct taped to each hand, the object of this drinking game is to drink both bottles of alcohol before your bladder explodes. As both hands are busy holding the alcohol bottles, you will not be able to relieve yourself until you’ve drank both bottles. However, it is not against the rules to find someone of the opposite sex to help you in the bathroom if you have not yet finished your drinks.
To make the game even more fun, purchase extra bottles of alcohol to tape to your friends hands. Just remember to have at least one person without taped hands to help you remove the bottles and tape from yours. This game is not for beginners who are new to drinking. We also recommend sticking with beer. You don’t want to try this game with hard alcohol, such as vodka or whisky. If you manage to drink all 80 ounces of beer without relieving yourself, remove the tape and bottles from your hands and enjoy the rest of your night. You’ve won the game.