At my house, if you bring a bottle of liquor/wine/case of beer, it does not leave. Period. In fact, normally (unless there are extreme and extenuating circumstances), it will not survive the night. This is understood. It will not go back with you. Want to try a handle of overproof rum? Awesome; there's three people here, and our man card is on the line if we don't demolish it; prepared to get fucked up. It's one of those things. That being said, I'm not a big beer pong guy. I understand the commonly-accepted rules, but everyone, and every house, seems to have their own tweaks. Everyone has their own night-after-night drinking game. Everyone has a house shot. With the drink, it's a toss up; High Life or Coors Light is ridiculed at some places and worshipped at others. Some places listen to Dave Matthews and nothing else; with others, it's don't-touch-the-fucking-host's-stereo. I've been to places where "icing" is standard procedure (icing = hide a bottle of smirnoff ice in a frequented-but-inconspicuous place, and when your victim finds it, they have to chug the bottle). At some places, you smoke or toke, it's outside or not at all; at others, it's hit, hit, pass. Focus: What are your house rules? When/why did they come about? Any interesting stories of when someone violated them? Any stories of enforcing them to ridiculous lengths?