A Movie Drinking Game for Gone with the Wind
- Scarlett uses an awesome antiquated swear word to express her feminine rage.
- You notice Scarlett’s white hot glare of hatred aimed at someone (e.g., Rhett, some tramp, an old horse -- basically anyone who gets in her way).
- Someone uses the word “gentleman,” as in, Rhett Butler is NOT a gentleman (see rule #7).
- Someone gets slapped (probably by Scarlett). Slapping a horse counts. That poor, poor horse.
- Scarlett bursts into tears. This is different from crying -- if you drank every time that happened, you would probably die of alcohol poisoning.
- You notice Mammy’s disapproving glare, usually aimed at Scarlett. The way that girl wears an afternoon dress in the morning and dances at parties, it just ain’t fittin!
- Scarlett insults Rhett.
- Someone (human, horse, or both) takes a hard fall.
- Drink whenever you see Rhett’s sensual ‘stache. You should not leave your lady alone with this man. You will lose her immediately.
- Enjoy a mint julep during the intermission. For best results, use fresh mint, homemade simple syrup, good bourbon, and the tears of a patriot.
- Take a shot of brandy every time Scarlett’s gonna “think about it another day.” Oh Scarlett, will you ever learn??
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