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Folklore: How do you say drunk?

GUEST,RIch 20 Mar 08 - 05:29 PM
ard mhacha 20 Mar 08 - 07:45 AM
Ythanside 19 Mar 08 - 11:00 AM
leftydee 19 Mar 08 - 10:54 AM
ard mhacha 19 Mar 08 - 09:34 AM
GUEST,Betsy 19 Mar 08 - 09:28 AM
A Wandering Minstrel 19 Mar 08 - 09:14 AM
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An Buachaill Caol Dubh 18 Mar 08 - 03:40 PM
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GUEST,Jonny Sunshine 18 Mar 08 - 02:28 PM
GUEST,The Mole catcher's unplugged and sober Appre 18 Mar 08 - 01:33 PM
GUEST,Eureka! 18 Mar 08 - 01:26 PM
GUEST,Dr Price 18 Mar 08 - 12:57 PM
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The Mole Catcher's Apprentice (inactive) 18 Mar 08 - 12:48 PM
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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,RIch
Date: 20 Mar 08 - 05:29 PM

ina chaora (like a sheep) Connemara-ism


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: ard mhacha
Date: 20 Mar 08 - 07:45 AM

Again in the north of Ireland, stocious, when that term was used, it meant really drunk, unable to walk.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Ythanside
Date: 19 Mar 08 - 11:00 AM

Fu' as a puggie.

Used only in Scotland and exile enclaves,I think, and the 'puggie' here refers to the heap of coins pressing against the toughened glass window on the front of antiquated one-arm bandits. As 'puggie' in Scots also translates as 'monkey' the phrase could be taken as 'drunk as a monkey'.

Cheers,

Ythanside


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: leftydee
Date: 19 Mar 08 - 10:54 AM

My friend Ferghal says he's "half nicely".


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: ard mhacha
Date: 19 Mar 08 - 09:34 AM

Strupag up the line had blutterd, and when the oul fellas in the north of Ireland also used BLUTTERED it came spluttering out and there was no doubting how drunk he-she was, well plastered.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,Betsy
Date: 19 Mar 08 - 09:28 AM

Cheers Minstrel - that makes sense to me (now)


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: A Wandering Minstrel
Date: 19 Mar 08 - 09:14 AM

I believe that the "Three Sheets in the Wind" term refers to a square-rigged sail which has become unfastened at three of its four corners ('sheets' meaning the ropes that hold the sail in place in this instance) so that the sail thrashes about and causes the ship to roll and veer off-course in the manner of a drunken man.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Betsy
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 05:08 PM

The folk around Inverness have a word (spelling?) blutered or blootered as in " Absolutely Blutered ".
Around my neck of the wood (in England) "to be a pissed as a hand cart " but why that phrase came about,I have very little idea thought I know a story, too long to relate here which could account for it.
Did anyone mention " 3 sheets to the wind? " again I have no idea of it derivation - more my Dad's generation (long gone) .
Younger kids lads round here refer to "pineapple" as in chunk , but I agree - it's not great - is it?.
My peer group used to commonly use "Arseholed " before it got associated with something completely different.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: An Buachaill Caol Dubh
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 03:40 PM

How do I stay drunk? Easy! Just pour another...

(in Scots-English, by the way, "how" can often be used with the English-English sense of "why"; "How did a farmer plant his crops in the eighteenth century?" asked a teacher; "If he didnae, therr wud be naethin tae eat" came the reply. So, "How dae ye stay drunk?" - because things are unbearable sober.

Ah; was that "say drunk"?


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: catspaw49
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 03:35 PM

Here's one that I watched develop and become locally popular, at least while I was there:

When I was in college at Berea, drinking was a popular sport, mainly because it wasn't allowed and we were in a dry county. This only made it more imperative to be plastered all the time or at least on weekends. One night one of the guys was just completely gassed and passed out onto the floor with his face ending up in a tennis shoe that was sitting there. Nobody bothered to move the poor slob but from then on being really drunk was "Shoe Sniffin' Drunk." It moved off our floor, then went throughout the dorm, and within a short time was in general use around campus.

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Jim Carroll
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 03:33 PM

Depends on how drunk you are.
Jim Carroll


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Keefy
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 03:11 PM

good contstanoon afterball yoom wana me blow up yer balloon? wyfer? we gonna party?? OK!! gerin!! me'll drive'ya dere!!

bilge ratted
missed his hammock/bunk
bowing to the moon (i.e. hanging over the ships railings/bent double etc)
looking for sharks/worms (as above)
Pubar (As opposed to Fubar - P*ssed Up Beyond All Reason)

my grandfather used to say "He's got his feet on sideways" meaning he cannot walk in one direction i.e. wobbly.

Whoops just Reset my mudcat details as I found them absent.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,Jonny Sunshine
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 02:28 PM

trolleyed (so drunk you have to be carried home in a shopping trolley)
trollopped (so drunk you can't even say trolleyed)


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,The Mole catcher's unplugged and sober Appre
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 01:33 PM

"popped his/her clogs"

a brand new Mudcatter euphymism for being drunk? *LOL*
well done Dr.!

and townhalled..I love that one...writing it down for future reference

Charlotte (it's still to early)


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,Eureka!
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 01:26 PM

Hi all:etymological obbo:
From Mrs.Duck yonks ago:"Totally townhalled (from the german!)"
Town Hall in German is Rathaus-the origin of the otherwise inexplicable "rat-arsed(am.assed)"????


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,Dr Price
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 12:57 PM

Whoops - that was me. My cookie's definitely popped its clogs.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: reggie miles
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 12:56 PM

Oops, I had intended to post the lyrics to my song, "Drunk" along with my previous post. Here you go. Enjoy!

Drunk Reggie Miles © 2008

On Monday we get plastered with martinis till we're lewd
On Tuesday we go to the pub and drink beer until we're screwed
On Wednesday we hang at the bar and down too many keggers
On Thursday we're found at the lounge test hopping liquor flavors
On Friday evening we begin our weekend drinkathon
On Saturday we celebrate by getting pie eyed all day long
On Sunday we slow down a bit and sip wine until we're feelin' no pain
Because tomorrow is the day we get to start all over again

And we'll get pickled, pissed, plowed, parboiled, polluted to the gills,
And we'll get sloppy, smashed, soaked, and stewed until we've had our fills
And we'll get tangle footed, tight as a drum, and three sheets to the wind
And tomorrow is the day that we'll get drunk all over again

On Monday we get rummy with Bicardi till we stammer
On Tuesday we go pubbin' and guzzle Guiness till we're hammered
On Wednesday we hang at the bar, slammin' down the Yeagers
On Thursday we're found at the lounge with Johnny Walker's favors
On Friday morning we begin our drinkend week-a-thon
On Saturday we celebrate with Jack Daniels all day long
On Sunday we slow down a bit and sip Smirnoff till we're feelin' no pain
Because tomorrow is the day we get to start all over again

And we'll get tipsy, totaled, tanked up, toasted till we've had enough
And we'll get wobbly, well oiled, wrecked, and wasted, wiped out, from the stuff
And we'll get lit up, loaded, fallin' down, feelin' it, and then
Tomorrow is the day that we'll get drunk all over again

And we'll get liquored up, over the limit, looped, and lubricated
We'll get ripped, embalmed, sauced and then thoroughly marinated
We'll be seein' double, blind, and glazed and dazed till who knows when
And tomorrow is the day we get to start all over again
Oh tomorrow is the day that we'll get drunk all over again

And we'll get breathalyzed, DWIs, jail time, and courtroom fines
We'll be 86ed, searched, and cuffed, for weavin' o'er them centerlines
And we'll get impound fees, towing bills, revoked licenses and then
Tomorrow is the day we start our twelve steps over again
Yes, tomorrow is the day we join AA all over again
How dry I am


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: The Mole Catcher's Apprentice (inactive)
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 12:48 PM

he/she's out of the office right now.

in his/her cups (another favourite)

snockered (snookered)

Charlotte(has not yet been booked for being drunk and in charge of a piano)


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,TJ
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 12:04 PM

I believe it was Mark Twain who described a gentleman as being "gloriously and symmetrically drunk - drunk in all particulars."

In his cups
KO'd by "who struck John"
Pickled
Shifazzed
Blitzed
Non compos mentis courtesy of EtOH, CH3CH2OH, C2H5OH


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: The Mole Catcher's Apprentice (inactive)
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 11:25 AM

"From Brittany: Demate (Dismasted)"

I've heard this term (one of my favourites, by the way)in Quebec as well.


Charlotte (the view from ma and Pa's piano stool)


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,Dr Price
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 10:30 AM

From Brittany: Demate (Dismasted)
From Swansea: Steamin'
From South-east Wales: Stonkin', talkin' German
From Cymraeg, the Welsh language: Wedi Meddwi - from Medd (Mead)


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Dave Hunt
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 09:43 AM

richard posted -

Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Richard Bridge - PM
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 07:40 AM

Good contsternoon afterble, I'm not as thunk as drinkle peep I am I'm only allebriated under the affluence of incohol.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

I have it a bit differently - Good consternoon affable, I'm not as drunk as some thinkle peep I am, and besides -I've only had tee Martoonies, and I've all day sober to Sunday up in.

AND
I'm so drunk I don't know who's me yet
But the drunker I sit here the longer I get

Also
Out of his tree
Legless
Pissed as a plastic parrot
Imitating Captain Inchoherent
One over the nine

Cheers!!
Dave


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: A Wandering Minstrel
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 08:47 AM

Ought to mention those beautiful tyneside terms

Palatick
Jawneyed inta spaaaaace
doon Bottle Bank


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,strad
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 08:15 AM

He's not drunk, he moved!

The local copper came into the pub one Saturday night and enquired "Does any-one here know Richard *******?" "Yea, we know him"
"Well, would someone go and look after him - he's lying down in the carpark and I think he's ill. He can't be drunk, he's not old enough!"


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,PMB
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 07:59 AM

Kalied comes from kali, which is Salfordian for sherbert- probably from alkali, as it's made up of sodium/ potassium bicarbonate with citric acid. The foaming of the sherbert brings to mind the head on the beer, and perhaps foaming at the mouth.

Anyone mentioned tosticated yet?


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 07:40 AM

Arseholed

Good contsternoon afterble, I'm not as thunk as drinkle peep I am I'm only allebriated under the affluence of incohol.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Megan L
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 05:04 AM

This reminded me of a story my mother in law told, she was writing about her life as a young child on the island of Papa Westray(Pappay)in the 1920's.

"Noo comes New Years day hids a holiday here wae don't hold Xmas day bit wae git a special dinner on New Year usually a hen an soup an sometimes rice pudding wae currants in hid. The men gather at the loch an sail their model yachts an than they hae a dance an prize giving at night.
The men drink something called "heres luck" and hid makes them laugh a lot an some o' them get very happy an some o' them get heid light for they keep falling aboot all over the place."


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Splott Man
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 04:49 AM

Nobody seems to have mentioned one I heard on Corrie a few years back, I don't know how to spell it, but it's pronounced

Kay-lied


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Lonesome EJ
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 02:25 AM

In his cups.

He who will brawl only when in his cups is like a clock that must be well oiled ere it strike.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,Gweltas1
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 01:57 AM

To add to the list :
Fluthered
Catatonic
Comatose
Incapable
Stotious
Stotherized
Blasted
Half seas over
Addled
Thrashed
Elephants
Destroyed
Stinking
Roarin' drunk
Fighting drunk
Far gone
Sound but no picture
Riding the china boat (from the Flemish expression for a drunken spew in the toilet)
I thoroughly enjoyed all the previous posts and my apologies if I have accidentally repeated any expressions previously posted.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: The Fooles Troupe
Date: 17 Mar 08 - 11:18 PM

One of my favourite expressions is "half-seas-over"...

a good nautical picture...


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Nick E
Date: 17 Mar 08 - 09:12 PM

Handsome, beautiful, witty, brilliant conversationalist & Popular!

ps this realy is BS but CHarlie Noble has posted & it has not moved, so who am I to judge? just another drunk at the bar...


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Lin in Kansas
Date: 17 Mar 08 - 08:32 PM

Snockered.
Scunnered.
Schickered.
Smashed.
Shit-faced.
Star-gazin'.

And that's just the Ss...

Lin


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: reggie miles
Date: 17 Mar 08 - 06:49 PM

I just wanted to say thanks to all of you who contributed to this thread. It inspired me to write a song that I call, "Drunk". In the song I tried to offer as many of the words or phrases that were suggested here as I could. I think I managed to get 50 different ways of saying drunk in the song. (I haven't counted them lately.)


Drunk - Lofi

http://ezfolk.com/audio/play.php?mode=song_lofi&band_id=143&song_id=12314

Drunk - Hifi

http://ezfolk.com/audio/play.php?mode=song_hifi&band_id=143&song_id=12314

Drunk - Even higherfi

http://www.ourstage.com/music/channel/69-singer-writer/VEBRENQVTAIT-drunk


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Hippie Chick
Date: 17 Jan 03 - 02:38 PM

I like "away with the fairies" and "seeing snakes".    quite metaphysical.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: banjomad (inactive)
Date: 17 Jan 03 - 02:14 PM

If you can say it you are'nt


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: allanwill
Date: 17 Jan 03 - 12:52 PM

Was at the pub yesterday and overheard a couple of conversations.

One bloke was talking about a mate who recently got well and truly shickered and he described him as being "fly-blown". Another was talking about his lady. The relationship has been a long one, but very stormy. He said "She's nice until the old grog monster kicks in".

Allan


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,Kittie fiddler
Date: 16 Jan 03 - 02:06 PM

here's mine!
tickled pink in the drink
veshnookered - hope i spelled it right
drunker than a skunk on friday
chasin the purple chickens again!


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,Raedwulf
Date: 16 Jan 03 - 01:22 PM

Bosko absoluto (No idea what 'bosko' means, but dates back to WWI & beyond; possibly Army slang, rather than general)

Can't remember any of the Shakespearean or medieval ones at the moment...


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: curmudgeon
Date: 16 Jan 03 - 01:16 PM

Pissed as a fiddler's bitch
Blind drunk jolly fu'


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,Arnie
Date: 16 Jan 03 - 12:52 PM

I recall hearing a song where the chorus was about 'stotting doon the ropewalk wall' or something similar - from Geordieland or thereabouts I believe. Never knew what stotting meant until now!


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Amaranth
Date: 16 Jan 03 - 12:46 PM

compliments of a Jimmie David Post ...

can't find your ass with both of your hands


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: reggie miles
Date: 16 Jan 03 - 12:31 PM

Lubed, as in lubricated like oiled or well oiled posted previously.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: banjomad (inactive)
Date: 16 Jan 03 - 09:53 AM

Blathered, [ often ]
Dave


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: JennyO
Date: 16 Jan 03 - 12:06 AM

Lights on - nobody home.


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Cluin
Date: 15 Jan 03 - 10:57 PM

Friends don't let friends post drunk.   ;)


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: GUEST,Blind DRunk in Blind River
Date: 15 Jan 03 - 09:41 PM

TOTALLY F-IN DECENT MAN!!! I love it! This is like the best F-n thread there ever has bveen on Mudcta! Fokin A!!! I take confort from the fact that there are drunk people like all over the World that I can talk to on the INternet aneytime I want to. Like now eh?

My faverit words for drunk are

Totalled
Pissed
Wasted
Smacked
Sloshed
Ripped
and Weenie-Dogged!!!

and of coarse BLIND DRUNK!!!

I tjhink this calls for a good long chorus of 99 bottles of beer on the F-in Wall, BABY! Yeah! Way cool!!! Who's got smokes? This is Canada man...love it or freeze yer nuts off!

BDiBR


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Amos
Date: 15 Jan 03 - 06:07 PM

I'll be goddamned, Bert!! I had forgotten that song, but --no joke -- me own sainted mother used to sing it, who had it from her father the folksinger, back when I was just a tyke!! What a treat to see it again after all these years!!

A


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Bert
Date: 15 Jan 03 - 06:03 PM

Fou


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Subject: RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?
From: Amos
Date: 15 Jan 03 - 04:48 PM

Holy moley!!

Don't forget the Lord Buckley finale: " I was GOOOOOD'S OWWWWN DRUNK!!"

I am impressed as hell, remembering the linguist doctrine about the number of words the Esquimeaux have for snow because, of course, it plays such an important role in their lives. And here in Mudcatland, we have this huge vocabulary for les ivrognes,/i> and their various states...because...well, further, deponent sayeth not! :>)

A


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