Some articles on drunk:
... of locating "Eskimo" pedestrians, particularly those whom they believed to be walking about drunk, and paintballing them ... from California and interrogating a 52-year-old Nome man, to wit, asking whether he was drunk ... Satisfied by the pedestrian's frank admission that he was "always drunk" and had struggled with alcoholism since age 14, they promptly shot him in the face ...
... See also Mothers Against Drunk Driving The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is to stop drunk driving, to support the victims of drunk drivers and to prevent underage drinking ...
... consumption of adult beverages." It supports a targeted approach to combating drunk driving that includes the use of roving patrols, instead of sobriety checkpoints, and use of ignition interlock ... arguing that laws that have been adopted to fight drunk driving are ineffective or inappropriate ...
... "Too Drunk" is the eleventh single by Buckcherry, and their first from their fourth album Black Butterfly ... and all day, and having the girl of his desire walk away because he's "too drunk to fuck" ...
... Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is an example of an alternative social movement because it targets one behavior-- drunk driving ... Through its efforts, MADD has caused tougher drunk driving laws to be enacted, and thus changed peoples' behavior ...
More definitions of "drunk":
- (adj): As if under the influence of alcohol.
Example: "Drunk with excitement"
Famous quotes containing the word drunk:
“There are people who read too much: bibliobibuli. I know some who are constantly drunk on books, as other men are drunk on whiskey or religion. They wander through this most diverting and stimulating of worlds in a haze, seeing nothing and hearing nothing.”
—H.L. (Henry Lewis)
“Suddenly, she wasnt drunk anymore. Her hand was steady and she was cool. Like somebody making funeral arrangements for a murder not yet committed.”
—John Paxton (19111985)
“I was so drunk the whole time that I took bottles for girls and girls for bottles.”
—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (18601904)