The web is a drinking game played by the most American
of Americans (THE AMERICANISTS.) The beautiful game traces its humble beginnings to Spokane, WA and Gonzaga University. To play the web coffee cups need to be set up on a quarter friendly table and after the ceremonial web chant, the action begins. The chant must be of a sufficient nature to scare little children. Each player attempts to bounce their quarter in a cup. If the quarter lands in the cup on the first attempt, the player may pass in either direction. The goal is to lap an inferior quarter bouncer. Upon lapping them, they have been officially webbed. If the person on the other side of the inferior quarter bouncer make it on the first try they can web the person again. The game is traditionally played with three cups but depending on the number of players 3 is not uncommon. Further, 4 and 5 cup games have been attempted with mixed success. The individual being webbed, must drink out or puke out. This rule is strictly enforced and any web game that doesn't observe this rule is no web at all. The web usually results in crunkness. The importance of patriotism and sexism cannot be underemphasized in the web, for it is the game where boys become men. It is a true battlefield for only the most glorious of warriors. Many strong men have blindly partaken in the web. Their lives have been changed indefinitely.