I was in the car with my brother, he was driving. I thought it would be a good idea to plug in my ipod and have him listen to Dan Harmon imitating Liam Neeson. He was laughing so hard that we almost got in an accident, one that would have been fatal. Harmontown can be a very dangerous thing.
As I continue flipping through my copy of the Dictionary of American Slang (1967), it seems like every page has a new term for “drunk.” We’ve discussed “on a toot” (a drunken spree) and “the zings” (a hangover), but here are some new old words to try out on your boozy friends.
1. Pigeon-eyed * 2. Full as a tick * 3. Squiffed * 4. Striped * 5. Seeing snakes