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“Actually, even half-cut it would not have been difficult to see which way the match was going.”
“Mikhail and his crew - a privateering crew of former Soviet aviators, often half-cut on booze, always unshaven and mostly the wrong side of 40 -- had been there, done it, and got the T-shirt a thousand times, over Chechnya, Iraq, Somalia, Colombia, the Congo and here in Afghanistan.”
“There won't be any barney-mugging but we can get half-cut my little goof.”
“He showed us to the kitchen and introduced us to a tall, flame-haired woman with a knife in her hand and a half-cut onion on the chopping block before her.”
“The raw experiences of our visits were supplemented with painful, until-then-suppressed memories from childhood of being stuck in bank holiday traffic for hours with the distant promise of seeing half-cut morris men stagger about a village fete.”
“From time to time I'd bump into Amy she had good banter so we could chat a bit and have a laugh, she was a character but that world was riddled with half-cut, doped-up chancers, I was one of them, even in early recovery I was kept afloat only by clinging to the bodies of strangers so Winehouse, but for her gentle quirks didn't especially register.”
“I can see some Hungarian lorry driver, half-cut on Slivovitz and with one eye on his SatNav, wondering why he isn't near Plymouth yet turning that into a sad pile of bricks.”
“Re Diplo's comment about the mower missing presumed dead, the partly mown, or half-cut, verge is becoming common around here.”
“He does this over and over again, until the giraffe's so half-cut it can't stand, so it keels over.”
“He simply stared at the tipped mower, the tangled string, the half-cut grass.”
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Words from the works of Peter Reading - at least one from each (except the Schwitters-esque erosions, cut-ups etc).
notanotherjazzpoet had a very promising list which appears to have petered out. Yes, tosspots: descriptions of being drunk. Walk five metres on the white line then leave your suggestions right here.
from Birmingham, the Black Country, and a few generations back on one side, Lancashire. Also
- deliberate mis-sayings and
- things which aren't localised, but relatively infrequent in...
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