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“It got to the point I ended up drunk-dialing an old family friend.”
“Regardless of the time of day, all of these voicemails have one thing in common: she always sounds like she's drunk-dialing me, except she appears to be completely sober.”
“Guess that means lots of drunk-dialing and trips to the ER are on the way … ..”
“Whether he was bowling, in line at the ATM, or drunk-dialing his iPhone waiting for the M103 on Houston Street and Avenue A, they steered clear.”
“What I'm trying to say is, stop drunk-dialing Lebron James, New York!”
“The Times states that the Democrats "must still reconcile the views of moderate and conservative Democrats worried about the cost and scope of the legislation with those of more liberal lawmakers determined to win a government-run insurance option to compete with private insurers" as though repeating an axiom -- some universal truth upon which we can all agree -- like the law of gravity or drunk-dialing being a terrible mistake.”
“Hillary is drunk-dialing the DNC, "why don't you love me anymore?”
“Yes, I've been guilty of throwing sheep, taking shots, drunk-dialing, and more various and sundry diversions from SuperPoke.”
“Then she'll take one shot too many and be drunk-dialing her ex-boyfriend.”
“Or like picking up the phone at 3 a.m. and thinking that you were about to authorize a trillion dollar sale of T-bills to China but finding out that it was just an old lover drunk-dialing you and about twenty other people.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘drunk-dialing’.
Especially focused on those iPhone apps that are supposed to be useful, but wouldn't probably play in Peoria.
Please list the purpose of the app (e.g. prewalking), not its name.
Looking for tweets for drunk-dialing.