Bring it if you want to man. Don't let peoples judgement stop you. I know I would stop by if I saw someone playing. One thing to consider is how nasty the balls would be by the end of roo though, also the ping pong balls would get pretty gross.
Post by kingpariah on Apr 10, 2013 10:54:00 GMT -5
While I have seen beer pong played at roo, I think it is absolutely not worth it to bring the table. Time spent at camp for me is very crucial time to rest. For me, when I'm at camp I would much rather be sitting in a chair under an EZ up resting up for the night's activities, rather than on my feet playing a game that will accelerate the early-afternoon drinking process. Plus, there is sooo much to do at Bonnaroo that I think it is almost a waste to do something that you can do any day of the week in your apartment/house.
There were a few beer pong games going on last year in the Volunteer camp each night leading up to Thursday. I never participated since I suck at it but the mention of how unsanitary it can be at Roo ensures I won't be playing this year either.
We brought one last year and it was really fun. We also attracted a lot of people so we got to meet our neighbors. We only played in the mornings though. Flip cup sure i'll play haha. it depends on how you like to drink i suppose. I like playing games instead of just standing there. SO i say ya bring it and some speakers have a good pregame.
Do as you wish, and no one is going to bother you. I think I saw beer pong in 2011. I don't need drinking games at Roo because there are too many hours of non-game drinking to need a game to get drunk, hah. There is always free time to fill though, and games can indeed attract neighbors, of course.
I would probably play a game of beer pong if someone around me brought the necessities. But if you are in a crunch for space I would just bring cards, plenty of options for drinking games involving cards.