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  • adj. drunk


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  • I had plans to get schnockered on a patio with Lisa and these lovely gals.

    Top Ten Tuesday

  • I'm getting slowly schnockered and singing loudly and well.

    Morning With Bettie

  • Or go the traditional route and just get schnockered on booze sprinkles:

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • There was one scene I was overthinking, so I made a couple of martinis, got schnockered, and knocked it out in about five minutes and two paragraphs.

    Under the Influence

  • Just reading the commentary on the third one made me want to go get schnockered on sprinkles too!

    Happy Birthday to Meeee!

  • This material can be viewed at clapboard. org, the source for all of this, as well as today in the Drudge Report and at Daily Kos, so if others have been schnockered into falling for anonymous material, well, so be it; I am sorry, and at least I am not alone in believing an email sent to me by a credible source: the schnockered journalists include the New York Times and Dan Rather.

    Documentation on Sarah Palin's IQ, Academic Record, and Job Performance

  • Sure, if I did 5 shots of Jack Daniels in 20 minutes, I might be a bit schnockered and probably shouldn't drive a car 10 minutes later.

    Wisconsin Hits The Big Time(s)

  • Therefore, when he gets totally schnockered on saki and Japanese beer, the worst that could happen is that he will snag someone with his fishing hook of fall out the boat and drown.

    Think Progress » Gone Fishing: Cheney Set To Visit Global Warming Hotspot

  • I always get schnockered at least once every trip to Manhattan.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • A drink and two glasses of wine with dinner and I'm schnockered.

    Tipsy evening... tee hee


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  • Variant of snockered.

    July 16, 2008