blind drunk


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blind drunk

mod. heavily alcohol intoxicated. They drank till they were blind drunk.
See also: blind, drunk
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A group of girls had come as lingerie than 1,000 of assembled, all get blind drunk.
The next day, Ellington told Hibber he was ready to hire a blind man, but not a blind drunk (p.
Coronation Street ITV1 Wales Becky dealt with the news that her husband spent the night in a Blackpool B&B with his ex in her usual calm manner - ie she got blind drunk and is now itching for a fight.
He said: "I was pretending to be blind drunk and offmy face.
It makes headlines when a crash involves a state trooper or a police officer and someone driving blind drunk.
Now having an operation is as easy as it is for a 16-year-old to get blind drunk on booze from the off-licence.
Graffiti-covered walls, young people hanging about without jobs or training, men and women stumbling around the streets blind drunk all hours of the day are what we have to endure.
Unfortunately, two of the legends failed to show--Clyde, who called later in the afternoon to let us know he slept through his flight, and Shiloh, who called us blind drunk at 4:30 in the morning the night before to garble conspiracy theories and remind us that he used to skate with Guy and Rudy.
Booze is now so cheap, comparatively, that anyone can afford to get blind drunk on a daily basis.
The 'witch' turns out to be a lump of rock that would look a tiny bit like Margaret Beckett, if you were blind drunk.
I'm trying to avoid stereotyping all Duck fans as the yahoos I remember who have to get blind drunk, act aggressively and make fools of themselves to `enjoy' a Duck game.
We are not encouraging people to get blind drunk and drive,'' Kennedy said.
A confrontation then with a man who was blind drunk would have been terrifying for that man when he woke up and realised a drink-crazed man had been in his house.
Tory MP Richard Graham claims a young woman "in a tight, short skirt and high shoes" and blind drunk would find it hard to get away should she encounter a predator while walking home at night.