The Princess Bride
Drop your sword … and drink.

One of the most universally loved films I can think of, “The Princess Bride” evokes heartwarming emotions and the comic genius of Wallace Shawn. To add a new twist to this modern classic, here are some ideas of when to tip that glass in your direction …

Anytime someone says “As you wish”

Whenever a “stinger” is used, which is the sound used to accentuate actions like thrusting a sword into a R.O.U.S.

Anytime Vizzini says “inconceiveable”

Anytime Fred Savage or Peter Falk interrupt the story

Anytime Inigo Montoya completes the famous line “Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father … prepare to die.”

Anytime someone says the name “Humperdink”


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Instead of alcohol, may we suggest using slurpees and laughing as brainfreezes ring out around the room as you and your friends chill your brain?

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