16 Old-Timey Slang Terms to Describe Being Drunk

As I continue flipping through my copy of the Dictionary of American Slang (1967), it seems like every page has a new term for “drunk.” We’ve discussed “on a toot” (a drunken spree) and “the zings” (a hangover), but here are some new old words to try out on your boozy friends.

1. Pigeon-eyed
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2. Full as a tick
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3. Squiffed
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4. Striped
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5. Seeing snakes

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