a brick in (one's) hat(redirected from brick in one's hat)
a brick in (one's) hat
slang Said of someone who is drunk, usually with the verbs "have" or "got." A: "Don't mind him, he's just got a brick in his hat." B: "Seriously? It's only three o'clock, how is he drunk already?" Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You really had a brick in your hat! Ugh, my head is pounding. I need to remember this feeling the next time I think getting a brick in my hat is a good idea.
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