rat-arsed


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rat-arsed

adj
slang Brit drunk
Translations

rat-arsed

adj (Brit sl: = drunk) → stockbesoffen (inf); to get rat-arsedsich zuschütten (inf)
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Of course celebrating this new-found political correctness is fine until you get rat-arsed, which is an entirely different kettle of fish.
The whole point of being a student used to be to get rat-arsed, behave badly and if you were really really lucky, pull.
Apparently Flanagan got a bit rat-arsed at some event or other and (how shall we put this) got it out for the girls.
Now we don't have a Dylan Thomas night where we all get rat-arsed and fall on the floor and die.
While all around him were getting rat-arsed on freebie, corporate beer backstage at Glastonbury, he was bustling from stage to stage, in a pair of ill-fitting shorts, clutching a carrier bag filled with demos that members of the audience had come up and handed to him.
I should have got absolutely rat-arsed on my birthday but instead I spent the day practising," was Hendry's admission on how he spent his birthday.
6, who celebrated his 40th birthday on Tuesday, was blitzed 6-4 and said: "I should gave got absolutely rat-arsed on my birthday but instead I spent the day practising.
Of course Claire Scott, who went berserk last week on the flight from Palma after getting rat-arsed on the hen party weekend, would tell you she had a panic attack from claustrophobia.
Which brings me to that other great Llandeilo tradition - everyone goes on an all-day Boxing Day bender and gets rat-arsed, staggering from pub to pub among the piles of steaming horse manure.
These days it is acceptable for girls to do a pub-crawl, get rat-arsed and molest a few blokes along the way.