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keg party

n. a party where liquor, especially beer, is served. The keg party ended early owing to the arrival of uninvited nabs.
See also: keg, party
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Pledges reportedly were taken into the surrounding mountains, told they couldn't Leave until they drank four 1.75-liter bottles of whiskey and six 1.5 Liter bottles of wine, and were Later brought to a keg party at the frat house.
We've got tickets for gigs and we're even going to a football match and a keg party with a bunch of hunky frat boys (hurrah!).
No wet T-shirt contest, no keg party, just some good old marsh planting.
He finds Bush "humorously bumbling" and "tenuously engaged" -- "a college freshman bound for a keg party." He jabs politely at the president over his response to the anthrax attacks, finding his "demeanor yet again at odds with the gravity of the circumstances." Yet, by the end of the book, Bruni paints Bush as a "vibrant, probing leader" who "was turning into one of the most interesting presidents in decades" His thesis seems to be that by November, Bush had matured into a true president (hence the "odyssey" of the book's subtitle).
One ad shows young people dancing on Scotchgard-protected carpet in a living room and reads, "This carpet has made it through countless birthday parties, two graduations and a keg party you never knew about."
Even House Speaker Thomas Finneran quipped at one point that the session sounded like a keg party.
At a recent keg party, student Karl Harris was already lamenting the possible end of a way of life, as his frat brothers played beer pong (when a ping pong ball lands in a cup of beer, the player must drink it).