A way of saying someone is half cut or quite drunk due to a large consumption of alcohol.

Hi

GOING FOR A SNIFTER!!
young people drinking buckfast

A way of saying someone is half cut or quite drunk due to a large consumption of alcohol.

Hi

Not the smartest person around
Really Drunk
Never going to happen; not on your life

Drinking a carry out in the house before you go out to a club / bar.

a way to shame someone into drinking quicker
Gin
Drinking a Guinness.

slang for getting, well, drunk

Rhyming slang for 'drink' meaning an alcohol drink; beer, spirits, or a cocktail.

 

e.g. - "You going out for a few lillys?"

A way of saying someone is half cut or quite drunk due to a large consumption of alcohol.

Hi lawd you look ruff the day, where you two sheets to the wind last night?

This is a fairly new word being used in Omagh. Its used by those who like to drink and play music at the same time.

Beat, usually meaning tired,

 

e.g. "i'll tell ye! i'm baite tonight!"

broken
term used for female GAA fans who trawl the holylands for siegerson and macrory cup players and pollute their minds, for a night of hows yer father in return of a football jersey
bottle of buckfast wine

Extremely Drunk

e.g. " Jimmy there was Rote Of lastnight!" 

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