Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group
The Imbible

The Imbible

Drinking Games for Times You'll Never Remember with Friends You'll Never Forget

Alex Bash

St. Martin's Griffin




The Imbible is the definitive guide to drinking games by Alex Bash, a recent college graduate, therefore an authority on the subject.

What do you do when you wake up in an unfamiliar neighborhood hand-cuffed to a fire hydrant, clothed in nothing but socks and pink nail polish, your hand clutching a stained legal document…written in French? Celebrate! You just had a great night! And to think—it all started with The ImBible.

This book contains all the drinking game classics, from Quarters to Kings, to today's newest, coolest, and most debauched drinking games, including Beer Roulette and The Lord of the Rings drinking game (every time a character draws a sword more slowly and cinematic than is pragmatic to do in the heat of the battle, drink). Containing original illustrations and more boob jokes than is necessary, this will truly be the bible of drinking games.


The Imbible

Origin: Babylon, 2300 BC

Creator: God (eleventh commandment: Thou shalt not break plane of table with elbow).

Story: Originally played...


Praise for The Imbible

The Imbible introduces Bash as a major new talent in the genre of 'books most likely to make you run through campus naked…'” —Officer Hernandez

“A stunning debut by that guy who kept us up 'til 4am with drunken choruses of Wonder Wall...” —The Sorority Next Door

“A moving story about a college freshmen eventually finding his pants from last night.” —Overpaid Lobbyist

“No, but really, the book is hilarious. He's a seriously funny author.” —Guy who is taking this way too seriously

“I have not woken up before noon since Alex wrote this book. I'm not sure if this is a good or bad thing.” —Alex's roommate

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About the author

Alex Bash

In contrast to his nightly belligerence, Alex Bash works at a hospital where he saves lives, which he likes to remind people is no big deal. He can say otolaryngology in three languages and knows more about the Orbitofrontal Cortex than is necessary for someone who is not, technically, a doctor. He enjoys bubblegum toothpaste, strawberry Pop Tarts, and bench press.

Alex Bash

Alex Bash

From the Publisher

St. Martin's Griffin

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