From the September 1968 magazine.

About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment

Our language is nowhere richer than in its synonyms for "drunk." I once counted the list in Berry and Van den Bark's American Thesaurus of Slang, but gave up after passing the 100 mark and realizing that there were at least twice that many more to go. Now, however, I have a new candidate, worthy of rank beside "canned," "cockeyed," "crocked," "fried," "stewed," "pickled," and "plastered." It turned up in a routine by comic Jack Carter on TV one night recently. Addressing someone who had just made an outrageous statement. Carter said: "You must be juiced out of your mind."

-- William Morris

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