Mon 7 Jun 2010
In the name of the law, STOP! … and drink!
As the combined talents of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright never fail to entertain, watching “Hot Fuzz” over and over again doesn’t really require any extra incentive … but why stop at pushing play on the DVD and just snacking on popcorn? So pick your favorite policeman officer (true masochists could go with both) and revisit a modern classic.
(For a full review here).
- Social Drinks:
Anytime someone says “Yarp” (two times for “Narp”)
Anytime someone says “the greater good”
Anytime someone fires two guns whilst jumping through the air
Anytime someone fires their gun in the air and yells ‘Aaaaah!’ (Keanu counts)
Anytime someone shoots their gun while in a high speed pursuit
- Sergeant Nicholas Angel:
Anytime someone refers to Simon Pegg’s character, drink. (any combination of Sergeant, Nicholas, Angel and/or Angle counts)
- Constable Danny Butterman:
Anytime someone refers to Nick Frost’s character, drink. (any combination of PC, Constable, Danny and/or Butterman counts)
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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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