kaylied

kaylied

(ˈkeɪliːd)
adj
slang Brit intoxicated; drunk
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17) Sort yourself out - improve your current situation ASAP HUDDERSFIELD VERSION: FRAME THI SEN USAGE: SHE SAID 'FRAME THI SEN' THEN CHUCKED ME OUT - ALL BE-CAUSE I HADN'T DONE BOTTOMING 18) Drunk - in a state of alcoholic excess Huddersfield VersiON: kaylied USAGE: HE WAS PROPER KAYLIED.
Other regional words included kaylied from Manchester, gip from Yorkshire and Liverpolitan from Liverpool.
Or he could have said drunk as a lord, drunk as a skunk, trollied, legless, mashed, mullered, blotto, out of my tree, rat-arsed, Brahms & Liszt, shedded, sozzled, rubbered, clobbered, wellied, pickled, inebriated, full of loud- mouth soup, squiffy, stinko, kaylied, off my head, newted, bombed, popped, sauced, wrecked or hooched.
Because I've studied this photo and instead of it looking like a 32-week-old foetus, it looks more like a 36DD Jordan, leaving a nightclub kaylied, mascara running, mouth slobbering, falling asleep.