drink (oneself) silly

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drink (oneself) silly

To drink alcohol in large quantities. 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.
See also: silly
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As well as the music, there'll be a plethora of opportunities to eat and drink yourself silly, as well as an atmosphere you'll wish you could bottle and savour.
Eat and drink yourself silly at the Porcao Barbeque in Flamengo Park, where after an all-you-can eat buffet waiters carve huge pieces of meat from a spit.
You could eat as much food as you liked and, with everything free, drink yourself silly which a couple of people did.
You can get a three-course restaurant meal for around pounds 20 a head and drink yourself silly on tequila for even less.
So, while the bartenders are shaking and stirring away, you can stay in the front part of the bar in this TGI's in Castle Street, Edinburgh, and drink yourself silly, or you can grab a table, have some of the great food - and drink yourself silly sitting down.
IT seems that if you come from a less-than-privileged background and collapse in the street after a binge - or think it's fun to drink yourself silly then make obscene gestures - you're labelled a yob.