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stale drunk

n. a long-standing and frequently renewed drunken state. Are you on a stale drunk again, or is this the same one?
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After the agents showed Vickers one of the stale checks for about $700, she offered to write a check to settle the matter.
We did interview Terry but our number one choice was Stale and we are looking forward next season to start the fightback.
And we don't have those abilities to distinguish between good fish and stale fish.
Adil Ali Al Deek, Chief of the Environmental and Health Department at RAK Municipality said the inspectors found that two of the shops were selling stale meat.
Some are even arguably theologically incorrect, but the word stale is an overtly pejorative term, and its use spoils an otherwise interesting article.
Fisher, a creative identity consultant, surveys the graphic image and identity-transformations of 50 companies, briefly discussing the crisis that occurs with a stale identity and the need for a logo, letterhead, or website that reflects the changes occurring within a company.
Twenty years ago, zoo officials say animals were fed the bottom of the barrel of human leftovers -- veggies gone south, bread gone stale, meat not tailored to each animal species.
If the leap over the pond leaves you feeling slightly stale and ashamed of your disheveled airplane hair, stop by the new Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at London's Heathrow Airport.
Most problematic are the stale flavor associated with aging and the skunky flavor that occurs when beer is exposed to light.
In a faraway land and a time when the people's faith is running cold, a widow begs stale bread in return for offering her participation in the Mass for the royal wedding of the king and queen.
For nearly three in four motorists admit their vehicle pongs, with fish, vomit and stale milk the worst smells.
While most people hanker after the fresh 'new car smell', the reality is that the vast majority of the 27 million cars on the road are more likely to reek of fish, vomit and stale milk - made even worse with the hot weather 'enhancing' any decomposing food lurking under the driver's seat.
What she does say is as stale as yesterday's lunch.
VCRs have become old and stale, and their prices have been plummeting amid competition from Korea, Taiwan and China.