Royal Wedding: The Drinking Game

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Well, technically it's tomorrow morning, but if you're one of the hard-core Royal Wedding watchers, you'll be up and partying when the action begins in the wee hours of Friday.

Anglophile bars in town are hosting watch parties (our sister blog Art Attack has the info), and we know of Houstonians (amazingly) who plan to get up early or stay up late to watch the event.

If you do so, you need to be prepared. You need to have rules for a proper drinking game, just as if it was Brent Musberger calling the Fiesta Bowl.

Luckily, we've provided our version. Feel free to print it, pass it around and get drunk. England expects, and all.

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