The MPD/DID Movie Drinking Game
By RhymersHouse, Amorpha, and Plures.
Take one Drink If...
- The word 'alter' is said within the first four minutes of the show.
- Slutty or irresponsible teenage alter appears.
- Slutty teenager wants to hook up with the 'host's' husband.
- First exaggerated switch takes place within the first five minutes.
- They only switch when upset.
- The group exhibits extremely exaggerated mannerisms while switching.
Take two Drinks if...
- Husband talks about how he's married to "the crazy".
- Polyphobic family member.
- Children, husband or other family members are parenting the system.
- Slutty teenager gets angry because the husband won't have sex with her.
- The system is bodily female. Add two MORE drinks if there's a male
protector. Add yet another if a male system member makes a comment
about peeing standing up.
- Family implies that there are constant triggers.
- Switching every time there's a trigger. Take an extra drink if
the protector switches out most.
- Someone in the family asks why they're acting like separate people.
Take Three Drinks if:
- The "host" is all sweetness and light.
- They call switching something other than switching to make it
sound more over-the-top.
- The family has to put on loud music because the teenage alter is
screaming and throwing a fit.
- One or more system members commit violent acts and the "host personality" claims she can't be responsible for them.
- There's a serial killer.
- The "host" comes back and finds herself high. Add another drink if
she finds herself drunk.
- It's stated or implied every group has a "host".
- Stated or implied that the group is extremely unusual because the "host" has a job or work.
- Stereotypical child alter.
- Being multiple portrayed as a horrible horrible crisis and a
disorder that is tearing apart the "host's" life.
- The "alters" insist on being called by their names where such a thing
would get them in trouble
- Multiplicity is portrayed as an extremely rare condition that only a very few
abused children have.
- Stated or implied that only creative, highly paranormal children become multiple.
- Repressed memories portrayed as intrinsic to being multiple.
- Timid/weak "host."
- The plot twist turns out that the serial killer is one of the alters.
- The system is in therapy. Chug two drinks if they're in
- One of the alters is a demon who possessed the "host".
- They have switch headaches bad enough to make them pass out.
- The "host" looks like the body.
- The multiplicity was induced by the government, a cult etc to
create the Perfect Serial Killer.
- They're not really multiple at all -- it's all explained as a singlet faking.
Drink Till You Pass Out If:
Stop drinking and put away the alcohol if:
- There's a happy Hallmark integration ending.
Written by members of
RhymersHouse, Amorpha and Plures
- The system is functional, happy and cooperative.
- Nobody expounds on what a rare disorder this is.
- Nobody harps on and on and on about how lucky the person is to
survive their abusive childhood.
- Other characters accept the system for who they are.
- Fictive system members are positively portrayed and given the same respect as everyone else.
... because if you see these, they are clear signs that you have had entirely too much to drink.
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