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  • Thank you for your choice of phrases which brings smiles to all our faces:) And I'm not "snockered". (hmmm - no rhyme for that one!)

    The French word for plastered drunk... - French Word-A-Day

  • Does anyone know if Bush 43 is “in bars” these days, getting totally snockered?

    Think Progress » Rove Backs Off His Criticism Of Counterterrorism Center, Perhaps Remembering Chief Is A Bush Holdover

  • I don't approve of drunk hunting, driving, swimming, or much else, but there is or there should be a distinction between having a celebratory toast and being snockered.

    Poor Representation

  •   "You getting snockered and I die of mortification, or you have a doppelganger and drown in the Bay of Spezia with Shelley?"

    My Drifter Doppelganger

  • My dad was the same way - when the Cubs finally made the playoffs in 1984 (after a 39-year drought) he spent most of the games in the kitchen, away from the TV (and get snockered one of those times, the night before my sister's wedding).

    Mood: Almost Happy

  • And there's "Have You Heard the Word" (MP3), with a snockered Maurice Gibb practically channeling John Lennon.

    Boing Boing

  • When is it appropriate -- and even encouraged, both socially and spiritually -- to show up at your house of worship in full costume, make all kinds of racket, and even get really snockered?

    Cathleen Falsani: Cheers, Hamantashen And Shots All Around: Happy Purim!

  • It's been an embarrassing couple of days for NASA, and the snockered rocket jockeys ain't the half of it.

    NASA Watch: July 2007 Archives

  • I always had this picture of these two dignified old girls getting a little snockered together over the sherry bottle every Friday afternoon.

    Sudden Rain

  • The one he seemed to think deserved Sleaze Hall of Fame status today was when two girls argued about which of them had showed her vagina to the TV camera I believe they got snockered on couldn't remember.

    Archive 2008-04-01

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  • I think it might mean "very drunk".

    July 13, 2009

  • Drunken state

    March 31, 2009