Everyone has those nights where you and your BFF have absolutely nothing to do and feel like getting a little tipsy. Admit it: getting hammered is a lot more fun with one of your besties by your side! These drinking games for 2 people will have you enjoying yourself in no time, because who doesn't love a good drinking game? And who says you can't have a party with only two people?

1. Flip, Sip, or Post

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Christin Urso

All you need for this game is a coin, an opponent, and shots of your favorite alcohol. Start by deciding who's going to flip the coin first. The other person must guess what side, heads or tails, the coin landed on. If he or she gets it correct, it's his or her turn to flip the coin. If the person guesses incorrectly, you flip the coin again. If he or she guesses correctly this second time, the person must answer any question you have for them.

If he or she guesses incorrectly, you flip the coin a third time. This is the most important flip. If he or she guesses correctly, he or she takes a shot. But if he or she is wrong again, you get to pick a social media platform and choose what the loser must post. Whether it is texting the third contact on his or her list "I just pooped my pants" or posting a Facebook status that says "I really enjoy sniffing my own armpits," this game is bound to get embarrassing. It's now his or her turn to flip the coin and your turn to guess. I hope your social life isn't too sabotaged by the end of this game!

2. Never Have I Ever (for 2 people)

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Alex Frank

For this game, you just need a drink of your choice and at least one other person. The starting player states something that he or she has never done before. If the other person has done this before, he or she must take a sip of a drink. I'm sure that this game will spark some interesting conversations, and you'll for sure get to know each other better. I recommend starting off with simple things like "Never have I ever gone skiing," and then working your way to the juicy stuff.

3. Speed Facts 

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Christin Urso

One of my favorite drinking games for 2 people is called Speed Facts. I hope you know your opponent well for this game! The idea of this game is to go back and forth with your opponent stating facts about each other that you know. If a fact is incorrect or the person takes more than three seconds to come up with a fact, he or she gets a strike. When a person gets three strikes, they must take a shot. Continue playing until neither of you can think of anymore facts.

4. Movie Drinking Games

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Kathryn Stouffer

Movie and TV show drinking games are the best for when you want to be lazy and watch a movie but get drunk at the same time. There are so many different movie drinking games that you can play. Some of my faves include this Elf drinking game, this Halloweentown drinking game, and this epic The Office drinking game.

5. Caps

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Alex Frank

For this game, you need a table, a bottle cap, and two big cups of beer. Similar to beer pong, sit on the opposite sides of the table and take turns trying to throw the bottle cap into the cup of beer. If you get the cap into the cup, the other person has to drink their whole cup of beer.

6. Truth or Dare or Drink

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Robert Wehrli

Putting a spin on the normal version of Truth or Dare, one person picks truth or dare. If he or she picks truth, but does not want to answer the question asked, the person must drink. If he or she picks dare and does not want to complete the task, the person must drink. Take turns doing this. The game will get crazier the drunker the players get.

7. Battle Shots

Jessie Daley

Think you know the game Battleship? Think again. This version will blow your mind (and your handle). Start off by making your own battleship board if you don't own the game. Draw a 7x7 grid on a piece of paper, and label the columns alphabetically and the rows numerically. This way each square has a letter-number designation (ex. A1, B4, etc). Put six X's to act as your boats in the boxes. Take turns guessing where your opponent's boats are. Makes sure to keep track of the places you've already guessed so you don't repeat! Take a shot every time your opponent guesses where your boat is. Loser is whoever finishes their six shots first. No sissies in the game of Battle Shots!

Now that you know these fun drinking games for 2 people, get the shot glasses out, grab your best pal, and have fun! But don't forget to drink responsibly, of course. Have a bigger squad and want to play some drinking games at your pregame? Check out these five pregame drinking games.