Sir Winston Churchill was a master of the English language, so it should be no surprise that he was also a master at using it to devastate his critics. 45 more words
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"Intoxicated? The word did not express it by a mile. He was oiled, boiled, fried, plastered, whiffled, sozzled, and blotto"*...
The expanded fifth edition of Glaswegian surgeon Robert Macnish’s The Anatomy of Drunkenness (1834) examines inebriety from a wide range of angles. Though alcohol is the main focus, he also explores the use of opium (popular at the time), tobacco, nitrous oxide, and of various (real or reputed) “poisons,” like hemlock, “bangue” (cannabis), foxglove, and nightshade. 155 more words
An incident that went down last Thursday at a Southington, Connecticut high school has got locals demanding to know what happened. A Southington High School Spanish teacher was removed from the school in handcuffs after allegedly reporting to school intoxicated, although not by police. 290 more words
I want to drink till the point I want to f--k every woman I see. This is when the Beer Goggles have arrived
“I want to drink till the point I want to f–k every woman I see. This is when the Beer Goggles have arrived—now I can go to the prostitutes. 58 more words