i'm a mix between Greek-type and frat-daddy then... possibly leaning more toward GReek-type purely b/c of this example:
when playing beer pong and tons of hot girls were around, our house was so serious about beer pong that we usually focused on the game instead of entertaining the girls. Good thing we usually had to wait for tables (which is when we'd give girls our full attention) -- otherwise they'd probably get bored and leave.
HAHA. I had the same experience, except we had multiple tables so sometimes they would leave. D'oh!
I will leave it to my future class-mates to decide whether I am a "Greek-type" or a "frat-daddy."
Also, I plan to have a Beer Pong Tournament at my house as soon as it is built. I will put forth the following rules for consideration:
1. There is no order (i.e. if you have the ball you can shoot). This is a rule that many people argue about, but it keeps the game moving and presents the dilemma of a quick rebuttal shot to avoid the "dual-cup rollback" or trying your luck and waiting to get a good shot off. When playing this way, each team starts with one ball and can shoot at will.
2. "Dual-Cup Rollback" - means if you and your partner get two cups in a row, you get both balls back immediately.
3. When a ball goes in, you must drink before you shoot again with one exception - the quick rebuttal shot to avoid a dual-cup rollback. If you take this quick shot, your beer must be in hand and you must drink it before shooting again. None of this pouring it into one "sipping" cup. In addition, when playing in coed teams, a female may give her beer to a male to drink for her before she shoots again, but the opposite is strictly prohibited.
4. As soon as the ball hits anything (i.e. table top, cup rim, etc) it is fair play - so if you are a ball bouncer, prepare to see your ball swatted away over and over again.
5. Only girls blow
If I see a guy lean down and try to blow a ball out of a cup as it spins around the rim, he can expect to be immediately dismissed from my tournament/house/life.
6. Watch them elbows! Be a man/woman and stand well back from the table edge so as not to violate the plane coming up from the table's edge with your elbow. I tend to be a little more lenient with girls leaning over the tables, hehe.
7. Re-racks (i.e. reforming the cups into a new shape). I play 1 per game with 6 cup and 2 per game with 10 cup. You can use the alloted amount whenever and form whatever shape you want; however, you may not advance the cups forward on the table. They will always be reformed as far back as possible.
8. If a cup gets knocked off the table by the ball, it is down and out, period.
9. Ways to end the game:
9a. If opposing team has two cups left and your team hits both in a row, game over, no rebuttals.
9b. If the opposing team has one cup left and your team hit gets two balls in that cup, game over, no rebuttals.
9c. If the opposing team has one cup left and you make 1 cup in and don't have another ball, each member on the opposing team gets to shoot until they miss. (Note: the drinking your beer before shooting rule is briefly dismissed) If the other team hits ALL cups, then both teams retain 1 cup, and the original team gets both balls back.
10. At the end of the game, losing team drinks all beer left on the table.