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- adj. drunk
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We get tired of hearing how sophisticated "caf é culture" and civilized 24-hour drinking doesn't work here because two hours into the 24 everyone's blootered, four hours into the 24 everyone's having a fight and six hours into the 24 we've all been arrested and are being sick on the way to the cells.
He said he'd like to be a Green MEP one day so he was clearly blootered ;
Prince Harry is in the army now, and must behave as such; basically that involves going into town on a night off, getting blootered on gallons of pikey booze and starting as many fights as humanly possible – and that was Prince Harry's Saturday.
'Well,' Parlabane said, touching the Elastoplast on his cheek, 'I was thinking of going to the pub and getting well and truly blootered, then making a pass at you shortly before I collapse.'
Their idea of a great party seemed to consist of a handful of them gathering in a room, cracking a few jokes about children catching cancer and then keeling over forty minutes later utterly blootered by the swift and repeated swallowing of a foul-tasting primitive spirit distilled from potatoes.
It's a pity binge-drinkers aren't told "This is the birthplace of the NHS - tread lightly there" before they get blootered.