drunk back

drunk back

mod. alcohol intoxicated; very drunk. Larry was drunk back and couldn’t drive us home.
See also: back, drunk
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'I really have beaten her up severely because I was drunk back then, but I had no intention to kill her.
I was very drunk back then and do not recall what I did or said," the 47-year-old replied.
Beer pong is what your parents (and (https://www.bpong.com/blog/2012/12/everything-youve-read-about-the-history-of-beer-pong-is-bullshit/) probably your grandparents ) played to get drunk back in the day.
The brunette party animal, 22, was sacked from the Channel 4 soap after turning up for work drunk back in July - ending her six-year stint as Sinead O'Conner.
She already explained this in an earlier interview, but she was drunk back then.
"She usually came drunk back home, but otherwise she was really nice," she said.