When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take the stage for their second presidential debate Sunday, Americans 21 and over will be blessed with that perfect moment once again to drink to distort their reasoning capabilities: Right as they are deciding who should be their next president.

Debate drinking games are a time honored tradition for, presumably, college kids and whatever adult demographic plays drinking games still. In some ways the act is political activism, saying “every time you say or do something that is contrived or insulting to the intelligence of the American populace, I will get drunker” while following rules on a website that openly makes fun of you for playing the game you’re playing.

RTSCQX1 Honestly, it is extremely unlikely that Hillary Clinton will be your bartender during the debate. Photo: Reuters

Welp, now that you have your drinks, here are some rules for the second 2016 presidential debate.

Take A Sip Of Your Drink If/When…

Trump says “cyber” as a noun…

Clinton gets interrupted by Trump…

The crowd cheers....

The crowd boos…

Trump says “China”...

Trump grabs says “testing, testing, 1, 2, 3” to show you he thinks his microphone isn’t working…

You wonder how this seems less informative than the vice presidential debate…

Take A Gulp Of Your Drink If/When…

You grandmother calls to tell you to vote Trump…

Clinton starts coughing…

Emails are mentioned…

Trump takes a gulp of water....

You find yourself counting how many times Clinton is blinking…

Trump says he’ll release his tax returns again…

Guzzle Your Drink If/When…

You have to go to the bathroom but there aren’t commercials…

You are getting bored (hey, why not?)...

You realize you’ve changed political parties during the debate…

You can’t find the remote…

Trump mentions the polls…

You consider taking an online poll yourself…

Finally, Finish Your Drink If/When…

Anyone forgets all of the names of foreign leaders or doesn’t know what Aleppo is...