Obama tries to sound cool and appeal to the American youth vote.
A candidate answers a different question than what was asked.
A candidate uses a seemingly irrelevant anecdote -- about a hard-working voter in a swing state who is just trying to make ends meet -- that takes up a lot of time.
A candidate does something that will probably be turned into a meme the next day. This includes making a weird face or repeating things.
Someone cracks a rehearsed joke.
Inappropriate or politically incorrect cutaway to audience member.
A candidate mentions a former president of the United States. Drink double if a candidate mentions William Henry Harrison, who is not pictured below.
Someone says something that is actually inspiring. You will never get drunk off this one.
A candidate forgets something.
A candidate cites a statistic that sounds made-up.
Romney tries to seem human, including citing any sort of personal struggle, eating tunafish that one time or reference to his hardworking wife.
A candidate mentions a family member.
Either person dodges a question.
Either candidate uses a euphemism for a controversial topic.
Someone has a wardrobe malfunction.
A candidate gives a clear, concise answer to a question.