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Barry Hufker

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Drunkenness -- Collected Terms by Benjamin Franklin
« on: December 17, 2010, 01:11:23 pm »

200 terms for "drunk" as collected by B.F.

Learn to speak more colorfully of those who have the "Indian Vapours".

http://www.mentalfloss.com/blogs/archives/76919

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Re: Drunkenness -- Collected Terms by Benjamin Franklin
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2010, 03:23:52 pm »

If I could meet any historical figure, it would be him.  Sam Clemens would be second.

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Re: Drunkenness -- Collected Terms by Benjamin Franklin
« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2010, 09:25:38 pm »

Yeah, he would be great to chat with. I want to talk to Adolph Hitler, the day before anyone cared about what the hell he had to say.. and just as he is about to gain confidence in public speaking, I walk up and *POP* him right in the nose, and when he starts all that raging crap, kick him right in the crotch! As he is hunching over, I cup my hands and POW! There go his ear drums! His eyes roll back in his head as I pour fresh hot McDonald's coffee into his screaming mouth, then a bite of Littel Ceaser's fresh and extremely hot bubbly cheese pizza for him. Taste fusion! Mmm! Like the Sun on a bun!

Yeah, I'd mess him up pretty good.

I'd also like to speak with Thomas Jefferson. I think we share many of the same values.

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Barry Hufker

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Re: Drunkenness -- Collected Terms by Benjamin Franklin
« Reply #3 on: December 17, 2010, 11:44:44 pm »

I can't imagine what the hell you'd do to poor T.J.

He would be all like "We the people" and you'd be all like "'fraid not" and he'd be like "oh, yeah dude" and you'd be all like "no way bitch" and he'd be like "I have an inalienable right" and you'd be like "don't be puttin' no muthafukin' aliens in this conversation" and he be all like...

and then would come the Mickey D coffee and then the pizza and then the ear pop and then he'd be all like "wah" and you'd be all like "fo' sho'" and he'd be all like...

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Re: Drunkenness -- Collected Terms by Benjamin Franklin
« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2010, 12:49:24 am »

Miles, I am afraid you sound "Drunk as a Wheel-Barrow."
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Re: Drunkenness -- Collected Terms by Benjamin Franklin
« Reply #5 on: December 18, 2010, 06:25:04 am »

It is a tragic beauty of Scot's dialect, accent and culture that we can take pretty much any word in the English (and many a foreign) language and use the term to imply varying levels of intoxication.
Tipsy to trolleyed, blitzed, blazin and blootered.
All it takes is a Scottish accent of some type and a knowledge of the correct phrasing.
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Re: Drunkenness -- Collected Terms by Benjamin Franklin
« Reply #6 on: December 18, 2010, 06:43:46 am »

Barry Hufker wrote on Fri, 17 December 2010 23:44

 and you'd be all like "fo' sho'" and he'd be all like...





Exactly. If I take you out for coffee and pizza.. I am taking you out! (beeoch! and modern sounding stuff like that and junk)

heh.. TJ..

Terry! I don't drink. I know. I should.

Ok, I have tube amps to fix on and stuff and junk.
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Re: Drunkenness -- Collected Terms by Benjamin Franklin
« Reply #7 on: December 18, 2010, 06:44:38 am »

KB_S1 wrote on Sat, 18 December 2010 06:25

a Scottish accent of some type and a knowledge of the correct phrasing.



Bloozered. Aye.
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Re: Drunkenness -- Collected Terms by Benjamin Franklin
« Reply #8 on: December 18, 2010, 06:47:13 am »

Tidewater wrote on Sat, 18 December 2010 11:44

KB_S1 wrote on Sat, 18 December 2010 06:25

a Scottish accent of some type and a knowledge of the correct phrasing.



Bloozered. Aye.


Your getting it. But now try with everyday normal words.

"He was totally laddered!"
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Re: Drunkenness -- Collected Terms by Benjamin Franklin
« Reply #9 on: December 18, 2010, 06:52:36 am »

Ahhh.. like screwed, hammered, or drilled.. many tool actions work.

I have been leveled many times. Therefore, I don't drink.
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Re: Drunkenness -- Collected Terms by Benjamin Franklin
« Reply #10 on: December 18, 2010, 09:54:02 am »

I'm aff awa' doon the pub... -I'll nae git sae scatter'd the neet!

Scattered, ratted, gassed, blasted, bludgeoned, nuked... There's many of them.  -A few on the list of 200 did strike me as a bit 'weak', though.
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