One Giant Chicken
One Giant Chicken (OGC) is the greatest scavenger hunt / drinking game known to man....and chickenHost this party!
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One Giant Chicken is a great way to get clubs, organizations, friends or communities together over a drinking game and scavenger hunt. You can do it any time of the year but it's typically best on Saturday afternoons when the weather is nice.
Hosting One Giant Chicken is quite simple. Here's all you need:
*Acquire or purchase One Giant Chicken Costume (http://bit.ly/NVvx2i)
*Create Numbers to draw for teams (aka, paper and a pen)
*Print several copies of maps with a predetermined outline of the possible bars. It's a good idea to have them listed as well. You'll want 30-35 bars.
*Select a starting bar
That's it! Invite your friends and encourage them to invite friends of their own. It only take 10 or so people to play but the more people the better.
If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. He'd be happy to help you design your own custom logo for the event.
One Giant Chicken (OGC) is one of the greatest scavenger hunt / drink games know to man. The rules are simple:
*Everyone puts $20 into a pot
*People draw names out of a hat to form teams. The last name in the hat dons a giant chicken costume. The fine for declining the honor of being chicken is a one shot.
*The chicken gets the pot of money, buys the assembled teams a drink, and goes to secure itself in a pub or bar within the pre-determined boundaries of play. The chicken may not choose a venue with an entry fee or whose primary purpose is to serve food.
*All the teams may depart the starting pub in search for the chicken simultaneously, after everyone has finished his or her drink.
*The chicken drinks through the pot of money. He or she is not allowed to tell anyone why he’s dressed as a chicken.
*The teams go in search of the chicken. If a team checks a pub that doesn’t house the chicken, they can’t move on until everyone in the team has had a drink. Peering through windows counts as checking a put.
*When a team finds the chicken, they get to join in drinking through the pot of money.
*After 60 minutes unfound the chicken may, at its discretion, begin posting hints on Facebook/Twitter/etc. 30 minutes after the penultimate team has found the chicken, a clue should be posted.