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Scooby-Doo Drinking Game Rules


Welcome to the ultimate Scooby-Doo movie drinking game experience, where mystery and merriment collide! Gear up for a spooky-fun time as you join Scooby, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, and Fred on their whimsical adventures, right from your living room. Perfect for classic animation aficionados and new fans alike, this game is guaranteed to amplify your viewing pleasure. So, grab your favorite snacks and beverages, gather your gang, and get ready to take a swig every time our beloved meddling kids stumble onto a clue or unmask a villain. Get set to immerse yourself in the world of Scooby-Doo with these easy-to-follow drinking game rules that are crafted to make your movie night hilariously unforgettable!

Scooby-Doo Drinking Game Rules:

  • Take a sip whenever someone says the word "mystery."
  • Take a sip each time Scooby and Shaggy get scared.
  • Take a sip every time Velma loses her glasses.
  • Take a sip whenever someone says "Scooby Snack."
  • Drink when Fred suggests splitting up the gang.
  • Drink for every unmasking of a villain.
  • Drink each time Daphne gets into a perilous situation.
  • Drink whenever Scooby-Doo does an impression or wears a disguise.
  • Drink whenever the Mystery Machine is shown.
  • Drink any time there's a chase scene set to music.
  • Take a sip whenever someone doubts or dismisses a supernatural explanation.
  • Take a sip every time there's a celebrity cameo or reference.
  • Drink when the gang solves the mystery and goes over the details.
  • Drink if you spot a red herring that misleads the gang.
  • Drink during each of Scooby and Shaggy's eating scenes.

About the Movie

Title: Scooby-Doo

Released: 14 Jun 2002

Rated: PG

Runtime: 86 min

Genre: Adventure

Plot: After an acrimonious break up, the Mystery Inc. gang are individually brought to an island resort to investigate strange goings on.

Language: English

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