drink (oneself) silly

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drink (oneself) silly

To drink alcohol to a point of extreme intoxication. Of course you don't remember last night at the bar—you drank yourself silly!
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ˌdrink, ˌlaugh, ˌshout, etc. yourself ˈsilly

(informal) drink, laugh, shout, etc. so much that you cannot behave in a sensible way: Everyone was too busy laughing themselves silly to notice her quietly leave the room.
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I did not get up at the crack of dawn to queue outside and drink myself silly on Murray Mount.
I don't want to be worrying what I look like, I want to eat and drink myself silly. Me and Pete will say, 'It's 11am, is that too early for a cocktail?' Most certainly not What's your top hangover cure?
Nevertheless, I could, if I were so inclined, join 40,000 other citizens and shout my head off at Villa Park or I could sit in a public house all day and drink myself silly.