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16 Jan funny ways to say drunk

tankard 1642 love-pot 1611 Among other strange traditions, we give drunk people microphones and ask them to say nice things about us. Find more ways to say drunk, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus. spiflicated/spifflicated 1906– slang, orig. ebriose 1871– toxic 1899 bottled 1927– slang Happy as a mongrel dog chasing a three-legged cat. Here’s the story by the way: inebrious 1837– slewed 1801– in the wind 1818–1840 Nautical slang Cheers, but then, we were stinko paralytico x, Hahaha nice nice… Yeah you got to change your vocabulary from time to time to keep things interesting. ebrious 1630–1858 dagged 1745 slang + 1847/78 dial. US It’s always nice to say a few funny things to your boyfriend and let him know you are the funny one in the relationship. pot-shot 1630 + a1632 “Oh, you hate your job? Either way, there is no doubt that the man was an excellent drinker. on one’s ear 1906– Round here?.. druncenig OE ~Oscar Wilde, A bottle of wine contains more philosophy that all the books in the world. up the/a pole 1897–1917 colloq. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. shellac(k)ed 1922– US slang I always say it with a smile and jokingly, it always gets a good laugh. 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Military drunk as a rat 1553–1661 slang good. This is so funny! It’s totally irrelevant unless, of course, you happen to be a bottle of wine.”― Joan Collins, “Time is never wasted when you’re wasted all the time” -Catherine Zandonella, Funny Pick Up Lines That Might Work But Probably Won't, How to Get Turnt Up Before the Bars Close on…, 21 Great Gifts for People Who Work From Home, Bourbon vs Whiskey – 21 Sets to Enhance Your Liquor. US He … US looped 1934– slang, chiefly US pot-shaken 1630 Are these guys just ‘gassed’ or really ‘drunk as a piss-ant’. as full/tight as a tick 1678– whift 1611 half-shaved 1818 US slang + a1852 US slang soaked 1737 + 1899– piped 1912–1953 US slang inebriated 1615– Merry. Thanks for stopping by. And if were to tell you to say certain things, and you got drunk you wouldnt be able to remember what i told you. boiled 1886– slang “I cook with wine, sometimes I even add it to the food.” – W.C Fields. 3 eyed billy goat,3 sheets in the wind, wrecked, gut F##cked, beaned,linebackered (as in hit by a NFL football player), sacked, hooked, wall eyed, pin balled & several others mentioned. “I distrust camels, and anyone else who can go a week without a drink.” – Joe E Ellis, “I drink too much. stinko 1927– shickery 1878 slang gassed 1925– slang pie-eyed 1904– slang, orig. drunk as a fiddler 1832 Cheers! & NZ colloq. There were some experts that denied this famous quote was really his since it was never found in a written form. Scratched means some dude got drunk then got his A## kicked ,for being rude to some other dudes girl. & NZ blind 1630– blind-drunk c1775– Drinkers quotes range from the simple quip, to outright mantras for living life to the fullest. He / she probably cannot talk in a normal way. Micky, If you can say some of those words, you are not really drunk. indruncen OE bene-bowsie 1621 THEY say Eskimos have 100 words for snow, but the Irish have almost as many ways to say drunk. pifflicated 1905 US slang + 1934 US slang sow-drunk 1509–1522 + 1880 blasted 1972– slang, chiefly US queer 1826 slang When you are drunk you usually say the first thing that comes to mind. stewed 1737– slang, orig. snockered 1961– slang poggle/puggle/puggly 1925– slang Nice article Team HomeWetBar, 27 Of The Funniest Things People Have Drunk-Texted "Tequila is not my friend." So here we have picked up a few funny things to say to your boyfriend. Tanked up. stinking (drunk) 1887– Scott Fitzgerald, A woman drove me to drink, and I hadn’t even the courtesy to thank her. After three I’m under the table, after four I’m under my host.”. as drunk as an owl 1764–1840 they might find a way to untie the tubes.. maybe after spanking 'em and clipping the cord, we just vacuum out their uterus Re: Cool lines to say before you kick someone's ass No one likes admitting that they have had too much to drink, so if you openly tell people that you're drunk, they may not believe you. Hahaha I’m sure that state might change today! temulentious 1652 blue 1818– slang, chiefly US boozed (up) 1850– also transf. paid 1638 Rat-arsed. Swizzled, fuddled and boozed are familiar ways to refer to having one (or four) too many drinks – but there are actually nearly 200 historical words for 'drunk' that are just as satisfying to say. The results can … stoned out 1968– slang, orig. (well-)lubricated 1927– slang Out of It. Getting drunk has always been an important part of human history. drink-drowned 1600 ... What did one ocean say … liquefied/liquified 1939– joc. & NZ slang This is a very common way of describing someone as drunk, for example “he got totally legless last night!”. When people ask if you're drunk, you should act offended but admit to having a couple of drinks. concerned in drink/liquor 1687–1731 now vulgar & dial. It has many of these but still worth a Google especially since Ben is reported to have said “Beer is proof God loves us and wants us to be happy.” At least according to the souvenir t-shirts sold in Philadelphia. Famous Morning-Themed Quotes . potted 1924– N. Amer. -Pope John XXIII, “Why do I drink Champagne for breakfast? three sheets in the wind 1821– legless 1976– slang, The oldest 23 bars in Europe (U1600 Tour), 20 kinds of moonshine from around the world, All the symptoms after beer drinking explained. mixed 1872 colloq. sod 1613 + 1834 colloq. skimished 1908 slang cock-eyed 1926– colloq., orig. ratted 1983– slang intoxicated 1576– whittled 1530–1694 toxed 1635(2) slang + 1637 slang Act defensive, and people will believe that you're drunk. lousy drunk 1932 + 1936 chiefly N. Amer. pissed (up) 1929– slang fried 1926– slang And even though the list is far from complete, it is quite the collection. When it’s time to deliver a toast, or make a witty comment on any occasion, you can’t go wrong with these funny drinking quotes! drunk as a boiled owl 1892 slang + 1922 slang over the limit 1966– colloq., orig. fuddled 1656– Here, in alphabetical order are few of our, and our reader's favourites: Balloobas; Bladdered; Blocked; Blotto; Bollocked; Bolloxed; Boogalooed; Buckled; Blocked; Cock eyed; Demented; Flaming; Flutered; F***ed; Full; Gee-eyed; Goosed; Half cut; Hammered; Jarred; Lamped; … Some of these deff mean something else where im at. Woozy. I’ve been quite drunk, totally fucked, smashed, trashed, hammered, pissed, ploughed and shitfaced. muddled 1712 + 1840 This term for “very drunk” is probably a variation of drunk as a boiled owl, according to DARE. Change ). – Plato, Men are like wine – some turn to vinegar, but the best improve with age. ripe 1823– slang He is one and thirty. muckibus 1756 vulgar If you need proof of that, then you’ve come to the right place. rummy 1834 rat-arsed 1984– Dict. ‘Me without you is like a nerd without braces, shoes without laces and ASentenceWithoutSpaces.’ slang + 1728 dial. Here are the 17 funniest drunk texts ever sent… hilary on March 20, 2018:. overseen 1532 + 1628 Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your account. Receiving texts from a drunk person while you are sober though is another thing entirely. muzzy 1775– colloq. ( Log Out /  stung 1919– Austral. inked 1898– Austral. in drink 1596– Inebriated. stiff 1737– US slang rare half-cut 1893– slang … concerned with drink/liquor 1752– now vulgar & dial. From Old English (OE) to American or Australian slang. tanked (up) 1893– slang pickled 1842 slang + 1900– slang “I like to have a martini, two at the very most. reeling ripe 1610 + 1833–1883 temulent 1628– ebriate 1847 humorous Have you seen Ben Franklin’s Drinkers Dictionary? overseen (with drink) c1475–1678 high as a kite 1939– He made indentures with his legs. ploughed 1890– slang, chiefly US intoxicate 1581–1610 + 1845 Phrase 5 is used to describe somebody who has had too much. – W.C. Fields, He was a wise man who invented beer. wet 1704 colloq. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. The last time I gave a urine sample it had an olive in it.” – Rodney Dangerfield, “I work until beer o’clock.” – Stephen King, “Alcohol may be man’s worst enemy, but the bible says love your enemy.” – Frank Sinatra, “I don’t have a drinking problem ‘Cept when I can’t get a drink.” – Tom Waits, “The problem with the world is that everyone is a few drinks behind.” – Humphrey Bogart, “There comes a time in every woman’s life when the only thing that helps is a glass of champagne.” ― Bette Davis, “Candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker.” ― Ogden Nash, “The best research for playing a drunk is being a British actor for 20 years.” – Michael Caine, “There is no bad whiskey. disguised 1607– arch. ( Log Out /  Beer goggles on. Phrase 4 says that the person is very drunk and has consumed a large amount of liquid (probably beer). That’s why there are so many words in every language to describe this phenomenon. (as) full as a tick/egg/bull 1892– Austral. Naturally, things get out of control resulting to funny events that are sure to be the topic of conversations for months and even years. jagged 1737 slang +1902– slang, chiefly US drunk as a lord 1651– poggled 1933 Military slang blotto 1917– slang the worse for/of liquor/drink 1835– & NZ colloq. Why didn’t you say so? bevvied 1960– slang There are only some whiskeys that aren’t as good as others.” – Raymond Chandler, ‎”I wish to live to 150 years old, but the day I die, I wish it to be with a cigarette in one hand and a glass of whiskey in the other.” – Ava Gardner, Work is the curse of the drinking classes. Cheers! sozzled/sosselled 1886/96– slang Why... 3. tin hat(s) 1909–1919 US kaylied (up) 1937– dial. US I am clearly that guy that instigates messing with all the drunk people I encounter, check out my top 10 ways to mess with your drunk friends. stocious/stotious 1937 slang US dial. liquored 1681 10 – The Always Humorous Sharpie D-cks: The beginner level of shaming, but definitely the easiest to execute. – W.C Fields. US If you are drunk texting someone else that is also drunk then everything seems to make sense. plastered 1912– slang CORK HIGH AND BOTTLE DEEP swine-drunk 1592–1601 Find more similar words at! whiffled 1927– slang temulentive 1628 fordrunken < fordruncen OE–1513 You might hear this colorful idiom in Georgia. it made sense at the time. canned 1914– slang as drunk as a sow 1816 loaded 1890– US slang In a 1960 novel, Walk Egypt, a group of... 2. fou 1535– Scots drunk as a loon 1830– To be a writer is to be the very best of assassins. cup-shotten c1330–a1693 high 1627– slang Some of these are funny travel quotes from movies, others are more quotes for your travel friends. We hope you enjoy our favorite short drinking sayings, and please feel free to comment with a few of your own! slang wired (up) 1977– slang, chiefly US high-flown a1656 He has drunk more than he has bled. pixilated 1848– orig. overshot 1605 + 1931– shick 1916– Austral. over-sparred 1890 Nautical slang drunk as a beggar 1622 15 Ways to Say “Drunk” In British English Inebriated. sack-sopt 1593 whistled 1938– slang, orig. pottical 1586–1589 slang bumpsy 1611 + 1630 obs. rotten 1941– Austral. Weddings are funny things. as drunk as David’s sow 1727– cup-shot a1593–1639 + a1700 cant Dict. shot 1864– slang US Austral. juiced (up) 1946– slang & NZ slang This is actually a very formal word for drunk, but people often say it to sound funny. stinko drunk 1976 – Dorothy Parker. US Paralytic. nase a1550 cant + 1567 cant zonked (out) 1959– also transf. ( Log Out /  drunk c1340– whip-cat 1582–1611 malty 1819–1852 slang ( Log Out /  tap-shackled 1604 + c1608 Actually I did some research on Benjamin Franklin some time ago for our historical drunks section. Pingback: How alcohol played a key role in warfare around the world | Lords of the Drinks, Pingback: 33 Types of drunk people | Lords of the Drinks, Pingback: 3 Drinking games that will surprise and completely smash everyone | Lords of the Drinks, Pingback: How to Make a Flaming Holiday Punch Bowl – Bainbridge Today. thank you for sharing this article with us it’s really very helpful and informative…. DRUNK AS A BOWDOW Doesn’t everyone?” Noel Coward, “I only drink Champagne on two occasions, when I am in love and when I am not” – Coco Chanel, “Either give me more wine or leave me alone.” ― Rumi, “Age is just a number. suckey a1700 slang These funny drinking quotes perfectly capture the joys and pitfalls of alcohol. Suddenly your ex, or that girl in the office you have been mildly flirting with and exchanging funny texts with, seems like just the person who would love to join you for one last drink. David on January 01, 2020: How am I? Bibulous. scammered 1859– Dict. Synonyms for get drunk include bedrink, wassail, applaud, extol, feast, honor, honour, jubilate, party and pledge. But for now enjoy these 236 ways to describe our favorite state of mind. steamed(-up) 1929– slang swilled 1634 slang Potentially offensive words have been weeded out. topped a1632 + 1637 "; William Feather "Early morning cheerfulness can be extremely obnoxious." slang. elephant’s trunk 1859– slang dryncwerig OE Find and save ideas about funny alcohol quotes on Pinterest. Or maybe just a heart that needs to sleep it off for a few hours. Not only does laughter reduce stress, it lowers your blood pressure, gives you an excellent ab workout, and releases endorphins. LightSaver13 on December 12, 2019: I need more. strut 1715 Scots Oh my what a list. drunk as a piper 1727–1894 "; Robert Frost "The brain is a wonderful organ; it starts working the moment you get up in the morning and does not stop until you get into the office. stonkered 1924– slang, chiefly Austral. muzzed 1836 slang stunned 1919–1933 Austral. When faced with a peer pressure situation, it is important for teens to be confident in their answers and their decisions, and the way to do that is to rehearse it beforehand. drunk as a wheelbarrow 1675–1709 clear 1688–1697 slang + 1725 slang Dict. under the influence 1879– Ah what the hell, let’s make it a nice round number. zigzag 1918– Military slang, chiefly US pot-sick 1611 fish-drunk 1591 He drank till he gave up his half-penny. Arseholed. I have all your blogs, I get a lot to learn from your blog. The great thing about this list is that most of the words actually have a year behind them in which it was first used. symbelwlonc OE nazy a1700 slang + 1855 dial. im a foot off the floor..good beer buzz. drunken as the devil c1375 stinko paralytico 1942 joc. grogged 1842 Bevvied. swacked 1932– US slang flagonal 1653 lion-drunk 1592–a1640 polluted 1912– slang, orig. drunk as a fish 1700 fly-blown 1877 bombed (out)/bombed-out 1959– buffy 1858– slang US He has got the gravel rash. lit (up) 1914– slang slang All of the following funny apology notes were doing their best to say “I’m sorry” while completely failing in the process. scratched 1622 slang in one’s cups 1611– dial. 40 Dumb, Funny Jokes That You Can Laugh At And Tell To Your Friends. That’s why there are so many words around to describe this state. nappy 1721– Micky, we went through a phase once of declaring ourselves absolutely trousered. “I cook with wine, sometimes I even add it to the food.”. Keeping up this website comes with a price. If you want to read more quotes about traveling with friends, we created also friends travel quotes.. At the end of this post, we have an extra gift for you. See also: 21 Types of Drunk Texters That Everyone Knows They say a drunk mind speaks a sober heart. pot-shotten 1629 cut 1673– slang 14 Ways of Saying "Drunk" Across the United States 1. & slang pipped 1911 + 1929 43 ways to say you’re completely/very drunk: geillerocad OE drunk as a dreynt mouse a1310 drunken as the devil c1375 to-drunk 1382 drunk as a mouse a1386–1536 sow-drunk 1509–1522 + 1880 drunk as a rat 1553–1661 fish-drunk 1591 swine-drunk 1592–1601 sod 1613 soused 1613 + 1932 drunk as a beggar 1622 blind 1630– drunk as a lord 1651– peloothered 1914 rare Getting drunk is from all ages. honkers 1957– slang smashed 1962– slang, orig. Good but not that good be amazing much more funny and cool things for kid and adults I read these yo myself I couldn't even laugh not even flinch not even a bit squiffed a1890– slang Under the influence. trashed, plastered, bombed, etc. And that’s just in English. squiffy 1855– slang People who are 'pissed' have lost their inhibitions, are talking loudly and may have started singing. soaken 1651 + 1846 Parents can actually role play a situation with their teen, or at least give them these different ways to say no if they need them. Pot shot means you missed that deer,bear,wild cat while hunting. jug-bitten 1630 slang We hope you enjoy our favorite short drinking sayings, and please feel free to comment with a few of your own! Being collectively drunk is fine. & NZ Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. to-drunk 1382 65 quotes have been tagged as funny-as-hell: Lili St. Crow: ‘Discipline allows magic. sprung 1826– slang At the moment? swizzled 1843– You need to be more funny on February 03, 2018:. fap 1598 + 1818 shicker 1892– Austral. crocked 1927– drunk ,• adj , euphemisms include: Ankled (Bristol) Badgered, Banjaxed, Battered, Befuggered, …

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