rolling drunk

rolling drunk

Severely intoxicated from alcohol, to the point of finding control of one's actions or coordination difficult. I'm surprised you made it back home all right; you were rolling drunk last night!
See also: drunk, roll

rolling drunk

so drunk as to be swaying or staggering.
See also: drunk, roll
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NINE years ago, Johnny Vegas's TV series 18 Stone of Idiot featured hilarious "Pub Lock-In" sequences, in which Johnny and fellow drinkers let the cameras roll as they got rolling drunk.
James Cole, Swansea THERE is something medieval about the media coverage of the birth of the third in line to the throne such that I half-expected to see half the citizens of London to be rolling drunk on Gascon wine.
THERE is something medieval about the media coverage of the birth of the third-in-line to the throne that I half-expected to see half the citizens of London to be rolling drunk on Gascon wine.
SIR - There is something medieval about the media coverage of the birth of the third-in-line to the throne that I half-expected to see half of the citizens of London to be rolling drunk on Gascon wine.
Cheryl also slammed hairdresser Aimee Walton, 22, who revealed how she had slept with Ashley, 28, when he was rolling drunk.
thought Santa, as he trudged back to the house, only to find the elves had been at the medicinal brandy and were rolling drunk and the sacks of toys were still only half filled.
I responded in the devastating manner of the rolling drunk and stuck a beer mat down her mouth.
Is it OK for a man to be rolling drunk but not a woman?
As a Christian (lapsed), I'm obligated to get rolling drunk at Christmas, christenings and wedding ceremonies.
when he and a group of fellow drinkers allowed the cameras to roll as they got rolling drunk.
He said: "You are not going to see headlines about me being kicked out of a bar somewhere in the early hours rolling drunk.
In truth this country's obsession with getting rolling drunk goes back centuries.