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  • n. A tale of one's drunken exploits.


drunk +‎ -logue (Wiktionary)



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  • "Most A.A. meetings begin with the chairman offering his qualifications at the head table next to the coffee maker. This qualification is more commonly known in the program as the drunkalogue. It’s a good word, with its suggestions of inebriated travel, and it certainly fits Eric Clapton’s account of his life." - The New York Times, October 28, 2007

    October 29, 2007