Philosockphy's Sock of the Month for July: Drinking Games and Socks

Philosockphy's sock of the month for July: Drinking Games and Socks



How could two seemingly disparate topics such as drinking games and socks be combined in one amazing product? Philosockphy, of course! A new sock of the month club, Philosockphy has released its first offering to customers with the goal to bring happiness and joy to the world through simple things like socks and drinking games. Find out more about this new club in this month’s Philosockphy sock of the month article.



The Facts

These fun socks for men are perfect for summer. They're great whether you're wearing them with shorts or pants, sandals or shoes. The socks come in a variety of colors and patterns, making it easy to find something that matches your style. The ankle socks are available in a wide range of sizes, from small to extra large so there is something to fit everyone. And they're made from cotton, polyester, spandex, nylon and elastic so they feel soft on your feet while still being durable. Plus they have reinforced heels and toes so they can keep up with all your active adventures this summer!



Game One

Believe it or not, there are a lot of drinking games that don't involve alcohol. In fact, most sock games are non-alcoholic because they're so much more fun! Of course there are still a few classic games that do involve alcohol, but we'll get to those in a minute. Here are some great non-alcoholic games to play with socks:

1) When somebody asks Who am I? everyone puts their hand on their head while someone points to one person. The person being pointed at then has to guess who they are by asking yes/no questions until they figure out who they're supposed to be.

2) One player stands in front of everyone else and says red light while holding up two fingers on one hand.



Game Two

Drinking games are a great way to have fun with friends, family or co-workers. The best part is that you don't need anything but some alcoholic beverages and a few willing participants. You can also make up your own drinking games if you want to get creative!

If you're not sure where to start, here are five drinking games that are easy to learn.

1) Kings Cup - Each player is assigned one of the following cards: Ace, King, Queen, Jack or 10. When a card is turned face up from the deck each player will take a sip from their drink if they have been assigned that card. The winner is whoever has gone through all their cards without taking any sips in between them first.



Game Three

The first game is a dice-rolling game where you roll two dice. If they total to seven or more, then you get to take another turn. If not, then your turn is over. The second game is a card game where the object is to collect cards that add up to 21 points. There are multiple ways to get points in this game but it typically involves taking cards from other players by rolling a die and winning hands with higher values than theirs. The last one is also a card game where each player has three cards in their hand which are dealt randomly at the beginning of every round.