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Shrek Drinking Game Rules


Welcome to the ultimate Shrek Drinking Game page, where fans of the lovable ogre can combine their love for this animated classic with the fun of social drinking games. Prepare to embark on a hilarious adventure through the land of Far Far Away, glass in hand, as you and your friends laugh, sip, and celebrate every memorable moment of Shrek's journey. Here, you'll discover the rules that will spice up your movie night and make watching Shrek an interactive and uproarious experience. So gather your favorite beverages, assemble your fellow ogre enthusiasts, and get ready to toast to the magic of this fairy tale with a twist, as we guide you through the Shrek Drinking Game rules designed to animate your senses and entertain your company.

Shrek Drinking Game Rules:

  • Take a sip whenever:

    • Shrek says "Ogres have layers."
    • Donkey talks about wanting to be friends with Shrek.
    • The Fairy Tale creatures appear on the screen.
    • Fiona shows her martial arts skills.
    • Shrek insults Donkey, intentionally or unintentionally.
    • Lord Farquaad is shown being unusually short.
    • There's a pop culture reference.
    • There's a joke that goes over the heads of children.
  • Drink when:

    • "All Star" by Smash Mouth plays.
    • Shrek and Fiona share a moment of bonding.
    • Magic is used.
    • The dragon is shown or mentioned.
    • A new location is revealed (Shrek's swamp, Duloc, etc.).
    • Shrek or Fiona get mad at each other.
    • A character sings a full song (not just a short phrase or line).
    • The mirror gives a report to Lord Farquaad.

About the Movie

Title: Shrek

Released: 18 May 2001

Rated: PG

Runtime: 90 min

Genre: Animation

Plot: A mean lord exiles fairytale creatures to the swamp of a grumpy ogre, who must go on a quest and rescue a princess for the lord in order to get his land back.

Language: English

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