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February 21, 2024


Sloshed, plastered and gazeboed: why Britons have 546 words for drunkenness

(Thanks to Ralph)


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I never drink water; that is the stuff that rusts pipes.

And when slurred they all sound alike.

I bet our college campuses have 547 words for this.

I bet the Irish have over 1,000.


Here in Florida we'd get lanai'd in the la shade.

How many words do they have for fat and stupid?

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