President Barack Obama gives his inauguration address during the public ceremonial inauguration on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol Jan. 21, 2013 in Washington, D.C. Getty Images

Friday is inauguration, and that means it's time to beg off work and play a politics-themed drinking game.

Love him or hate him, President-elect Donald Trump will take the oath of office at noon in a ceremony on the West Front of the Capitol. If you're watching from home, why not pair his speech with some booze? After all, drinking during important events is practically an American pastime.

Grab a domestic beer — or make yourself a red, white and blue cocktail — and sit down with your friends. Then follow these rules, with suggestions from AMNY, thefreshtoast and Trumped Up Drinks. As always, please drink responsibly.

Sip if/when...

You see a classic red "Make America Great Again" hat.

Trump mentions his victory on Election Day.

You spot a celebrity in the crowd.

Trump brings up the wall he wants to build along the border with Mexico.

Trump mentions former President Ronald Reagan.

An anchor mentions Russian President Vladimir Putin.

You wonder whether Trump is saying "big league" or "bigly."

You realize you're just glad the election cycle is finally over.

Gulp if/when...

Trump tweets during the ceremony.

Trump calls out a specific foreign country — China, Russia, Syria — or a specific news outlet — CNN, BuzzFeed, the New York Times.

The camera shows either of Trump's first two wives, Marla Maples and Ivana Trump.

Trump uses a superlative — "greatest," "best," "most," etc.

You remember that Vice President-elect Mike Pence's wife, Karen Pence, had a business making towel charms.

Commentators bring up Saturday's Women's March.

Anyone makes a "you're fired" joke.

You find yourself Googling how tall someone is.

Guzzle if/when...

The wind blows Trump's hair funny.

He seems to go off-script.

The president-elect or Chief Justice John Roberts mess up the words to the oath of office.

Trump thanks President Barack Obama in his speech.

The camera shows Hillary Clinton looking stoic in the audience.

An anchor references the roughly 60 Democratic lawmakers who decided to boycott the ceremony.

You casually check your Facebook newsfeed and instantly have to log out in frustration.

And finish your beer if...

outgoing Vice President Joe Biden grabs the mic and runs, because that would make for quite the meme.