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Jen hasn't found anything she doesn't want to kiss.
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Last week, we introduced the Real World Drinking Game, designed to answer this burning question: Which roommate is the worst for your liver?

The score thus far, after the first episode of The Real World: Denver:

Davis: 0 sips/chugs

Stephen: 0 sips/chugs

Tyrie: 0 sips/chugs

Brooke: 3 sips and 1 chug (three sips for kissing a roommate of the same sex — Jen — in the hot tub; ** one chug for the hot-tub makeout session ** this is part of the revised drinking game)

Colie: 10 sips (two for kissing Alex; five for kissing Alex {2} and Jen {3} at the same time; three for kissing Alex and Jen in the same night)

Alex: 11 sips, 1 chug (two for kissing Colie; two for kissing Jen; four for kissing Jen and Colie at the same time; three for kissing both Jen and Colie in the same night; one chug for sleeping with Jen ** part of the revised drinking game)

Jen: 16 sips, 2 chugs (two for kissing Alex; five for kissing Jen and Alex at the same time; six for kissing Alex, Colie and Brooke in the same night; three for kissing Brooke in the hot tub; one chug for the hot-tub makeout session; one chug for having sex with Alex)

And the winner is ... Jen!!

Stay tuned for weekly updates on the Worst Real World Roommate for Your Liver.

Revisions to the game, in case you don't have them:

*Roommates getting so drunk they obviously stumble are worth two sips. *Hot-tub makeout sessions are worth a shot or an entire drink. *Sex is worth a shot or an entire drink (two if it's someone of the same gender). *Group shower events are worth a shot or an entire drink. -- Amber Taufen

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