Noun. Often referred to as the big piece of machinery that smooths the ice between periods of a hockey game, in beer pong a zamboni is a towel or rag used to wipe up spilled beer or puke from a beer pong table." />

Beer Pong Terms

Just call this the “Webster’s Beer Pong Dictionary.”

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  • March 25th, 2008

    ‘Beirut’

    Noun – A term used interchangeably with “beer pong” to describe the same exact game. The term “Beirut” is very popular in New England. According to the Wikipedia entry on beer pong, the difference between beirut and beer pong is that Beirut is the version of the drinking game where players specifically throw balls into […]

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  • March 25th, 2008

    ‘Bitch Cup’

    Noun – The bitch cup is the middle cup of a full rack. The middle cup is only referred to as the “bitch cup” when it is the first cup hit . It is the easiest cup to hit but it sets you up with the worst possible rack. You are a “bitch” if you […]

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  • March 25th, 2008

    ‘Money Cup’

    Noun – Money cups are the cups on the beer pong table that are filled all the way to the top with beer. A money cup is sometimes used to make the game a little more interesting and to get everyone drunk faster. Usually there is only one ‘money cup’ per team but sometimes later […]

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  • March 16th, 2008

    ‘Pubes’

    “pea-oobs” – Noun. Any piece of hair or fuzz found in the water cup. Pubes are usually the result of beer pong balls rolling around in nasty, beer stained, carpets of a run down college house basement or dorm.

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  • March 25th, 2008

    ‘Rack’

    Noun – First of all, lets get something straight – a set of big tits is a ‘rack’. In Beer Pong, the term ‘rack’ has two meanings that are used interchangeably. A ‘rack’ is either, still nice big set of boobs, or is used to describe the set up of cups on a beer pong […]

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  • March 25th, 2008

    ‘Re-Rack’

    Verb – A re-rack is an EARNED resetting of the opposing teams cups to make it easier for you to make a shot. There are many different rules on how and when to re-rack your cups. Standard re-racks usually are allowed when you have hit all but 6, 4, 3 and 2 of your opposing […]

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  • March 16th, 2008

    ‘zamboni’

    “zam-bone-ea” – Noun. Often referred to as the big piece of machinery that smooths the ice between periods of a hockey game, in beer pong a zamboni is a towel or rag used to wipe up spilled beer or puke from a beer pong table.

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  • May 4th, 2008

    Four Horsemen

    The four cups in the back row of a 10 cup game of beer pong.

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  • May 18th, 2008

    Man Down

    A “man down” in beer pong is a cup in play that has been knocked off the beer pong table.

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  • April 30th, 2008

    Rebuttal

    When you have cleared all of your opponents cups, the opposing team gets a chance to sink all of your remaining cups in a row to create a draw game. – submitted By Max

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