brain-fried

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brain-fried

Displaying the adverse effects of drug use, especially cognitive impairment. He started doing drugs as a teenager and is totally brain-fried now.

brain-fried

verb
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PREMIERE Bradley Cooper (above) has his brain fried by a drug so secret it doesn't even have a street name.
Despite his past transgressions and generally unlikeable nature, it was impossible not to feel for him during his visit to Rory Gilmore, after she has had her brain fried with electroshock treatment.
Another few years and the average 21-year-old will weigh about 20 stone, have a brain fried with years of microwave radiation and won't remember what they did yesterday.
Or, as White pruriently puts it, 'while Bruno's brain fried in the flames, the thoughts and ideas that had sprung from it survived and flourished anew.'
Antidrug crusaders probably made their biggest mass-media splash with their famous television advertisement comparing a cooked egg to a brain fried by drugs, ending with a deadpan voice asking, "Any questions?" Now, a campaign sponsored in part by White House "Drug Czar" Barry R.
Two years later in East London he killed friend Brian Cherry, 43, and ate part of his brain fried in butter.