monged

monged

(mɒŋd)
adj
slang offensive under the influence of drugs
[C20: from a shortening of mongol]
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Gervais, 50, tweeted a picture of his 'monged up' face along with "jokes" such as 'Two mongs don't make a right'.
Ultimately I wasn't sure what the play was trying to say and whether it was taking a stance on getting "monged" or not.
Barry Ward as Ray in Monged at the Belgrade's B2 Studio.
Gary Duggan's Monged, first staged at the Project Arts Centre in the Irish capital's trendy Temple Bar district in 2005, is about three young Dubliners getting off their faces on a cocktail of drink and drugs over a weekend.
Monged proved a big hit in Dublin and is now having its UK premiere at the Belgrade Theatre's new second space, B2.
"I let him know about Monged and sent him a script at the time.
Bearing in mind the Irish tradition of self-destruction through alcohol, supplemented in this play by ecstasy and cocaine, you wonder whether Monged might be a celebration of a binge culture which is possibly identified with Temple Bar but not entirely unknown to cetain sections of Birmingham city centre.
Monged is at B2, Belrade Theatre, Coventry until December 1 (Box office: 024 7655 3055).