Drinking Game Continues To Drown The Sorrows Of ABC’s Killing Season

Drinking Game Continues To Drown The Sorrows Of ABC’s Killing Season
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The drinks are still flowing with the second instalment of ABC’s The Killing Season. Twitter users are still playing the drinking game while watching the “he-said, she-said” antics of Rudd versus Gillard.

The second instalment of ABC’s documentary pulled in 968,000 viewers according to last night’s OzTam metro ratings. The bickering between ex-Prime Ministers was the seventh most watched TV program last night.

But people on Twitter were more interested in swigging back their drinks.

The rules were simple:

1. Drink whenever someone swears

2. Drink when K-Rudd flicks his hair

3. Drink when you hear the words “backstab” or “no backstabbing”

4. Drink when there is a jump in editing

5. Drink if someone stalls their answer or simply doesn’t respond to a question

6. Drink to forget the Rudd-Gillard years

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