messed up


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messed up

 
1. confused. I'm sort of messed up since my divorce. Most kids are sort of messed up at this age.
2. intoxicated. Somehow I must have got messed up. What caused it, do you think? Everybody at the party was too messed up to drive home.
See also: mess, up

messed up

1. mod. confused. I’m sort of messed up since my divorce.
2. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. Somehow I must have got messed up. What caused it, do you think?
See also: mess, up
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Other chances I've had other people have done very well, this is the first time I've really messed up which is okay.
So Chicken and Kelly experimented with it and found you could spray the coping and it wouldn't get messed up as fast and would grind faster.
We've been without electricity before, your bank has messed up at some time or another don't pay your credit card bill if it's $1,244,345.
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It's sort of the reverse with the Scandinavian gals: They seem sort of indomitable at first, and then you realize it's all a facade and they're just so, so messed up.