Phrasebook sentences (adjectives), you include your accepted phrase!Era tan borracho que murió y al incinerarlo ardió durante tres días.
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Expression of the day:
Era tan borracho ......que murió y al incinerarlo ardió durante tres días..
He drank so much that.../ he was such a drunkard....
Supply an idiomatic phrase in English with the same beginning and/or add your own if you wish
Along the lines of "commode-hugging drunk," I've heard "praying to the porcelain god."
He was so lit. (This isn't heard as much as some of the others, but it is used from time to time.)
He was three sheets to the wind.
He was drunk as a skunk. (very common phrase)
They were both dead drunk.
This one I haven't heard before but I found it online. It's really funny (and sad):
"Willie got commode-hugging drunk in the space of two hours."
It means he got so drunk that he was hugging the toilet waiting to vomit!
In the UK a drunk is often referred to as a "piss artist".
"You'll get no sense out of him, the guy's a total piss artist"
I have heard the phrase
He´s Brahms and Lyst. Rhyming slang on the last word.
"Drunk as ten Indians..."
"Drunk as an ape..."
"Drunk as a bicycle..."
"Drunk as a lord..."
"Drunk as potatoes..." (you pick a random object)
hammered, wasted, wrecked, loaded, plastered out of it
Drunk as a skunk
Drunk as a Lord
Drunk and disorderly
A toilet hugging drunk
High as a kite
"S*faced" Very common, vulgar, but not overly so.strong text**