beer goggles


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beer goggles

pl n
with one's beer goggles on informal seeing people and things as increasingly attractive as one's alcohol intake rises
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Women claim they don't get beer goggles, but Dr Ellison said, "they do".
Ysgol Gyfun Bro Myrddin pupil, Aled Edwards of Carmarthen, tried out the beer goggles and managed to walk along the white line successfully.
McCoy, a multi-platinum and award-winning country music dynamo whose current radio hit "Billy's Got His Beer Goggles On" is the first single from his new album, "That's Life," has been on nine USO tours, including several to Iraq.
Peter and I pride ourselves on our hand-eye coordination but wearing the beer goggles was frightening.
Every man has his favourites - they may be greying, bobbled, held up by Ena Sharples's withered hairnet elastic and make Bernard Manning's Y Fronts look like David Gandy''s D&G boxers - but because he once got lucky while wearing them (whether it was beer goggles on Bold Street or his team scoring in the last minute), he's convinced it's down to these pants.
Members of Youth Service will help visitors to try on beer goggles - glasses that mimic the effects of alcohol.
Young learn driv inf hgt over the has drivers even what it is like to drive "under the influence" with the help of beer goggles that give them the feeling of being drunk.
It is also known that attractiveness rises when people have had a drink or three - the beer goggles effect.
In collaboration with South Birmingham College, HIV experts from Birmingham Heartlands Department of Sexual Health have created Beer Goggles Johnny, a person-sized cartoon condom, wearing aviator goggles.
I had beer goggles on and I've humiliated my girlfriend and lost the best thing in my life.