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beer pong
 n.— «Urban Outfitters stocks a popular beer pong kit called Bombed and boxed sets of rules for other games. In January, thousands of players are expected at the first World Series of Beer Pong, sponsored by a beer pong accessories company and held on the outskirts of—where else?—Las Vegas.» —“As Young Adults Drink to Win, Marketers Join In” by Jeffrey Gettleman in Philadelphia, Pa. New York Times Oct. 16, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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