To make someone get down on one knee and consume an entire ice, at any time, anywhere. The goal of the game is the embarrassment and pain of chugging a terrible drink on one knee.
Rule 1: A player hides an "ice" for another person to come across. If that unlucky person sees or feels the bottle/can they must get down on one knee and consume it unless they can produce an Ice Block (see below.)
Rule 2: You cannot refuse an ice. If you do not get down on one knee and chug the entire ice you will be excommunicated from the game.
Rule 3: If excommunicated from the game to return you must be re-initiated to the game by accepting the ruling of the last two people you have iced. If you have not Iced at least two people you can never return.
A player hides an "ice" for another person to come across. If that unlucky person sees or feels the bottle/can they must get down on one knee and consume it unless they can produce an Ice Block.
if player being Iced can produce an Ice within arm’s reach (one foot MUST stay planted from original discovery spot at all times) within five seconds (counted out loud) the person who Iced must drink both ices.
An Ice can be any disgusting, sugary/girly, alcohol drink sealed in a glass bottle. Not just Smirnoff® Ice as made popular by Bros Icing Bros rules. Acceptable beverages choices will be determined and agreed on among players:
This is an intense drinking game and sometimes bros can have a dispute. To get an official Icing rule judgment fill out this form with questions of getting iced or icing. We will get back to you with the ruling ASAP and all judgments are final.
The Icing drinking game seems to have started around 2010. If you have played this game before you know it is like no other drinking game, a fear resides when you are in certain places, around certain people unprepared with an Ice Block. Some other Icing Sites:
Remeber if you have any questions about the rules of getting iced, rules of icing, being iced, how to ice someone or the icing game itself just reach out and ask for a free ruling.