under the affluence of incohol

under the affluence of incohol

mod. alcohol intoxicated. (A deliberate spoonerism on under the influence of alcohol.) You are very, very much under the affluence of incohol, as you have so aptly put it.
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We don't need to go into detail, but Keith was there to prevent me edificeering whilst under the affluence of incohol. Climbing buildings was OK sober, but he quite rightly talked me off ledges when I had had a pint or three.
1 Rewrite soberly this 1950s anonymous/inebriated version of a well-known C19th poem: Starkle, starkle little, twink,/Who the hell you are, I think./ I'm not under the affluence of incohol,/ Like some tinkle peep I are.
Afterwards my pal Sally was under the affluence of incohol and stumbled up to Clive to ask if she could borrow a tenner to buy her pal a drink - surprisingly, he gave her cash and then she kept the change!
I OVERHEARD one woman telling another: "My husband came back last night under the affluence of incohol".
On Boxing Day Jan was telling us with considerable relish how she got a little under the affluence of incohol one night and fell into a puddle.