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What does it mean when you dream about being drunk?

Being drunk, as opposed to simply be intoxicated, can represent loss of control and abandonment to irrational forces. Drunkenness can also symbolize exhaustion, as in the expression “punch drunk.”

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Under the headline "Jean-Claude Drunker? EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker 'very visibly drunk' at major UN summit in Geneva", the paper cited unnamed diplomatic sources who claimed Juncker's erratic behaviour "included collisions with people and furniture, and being very familiar with junior aides".
He insisted the woman had not been drunker than himself or Mr McDonald.
He insisted the woman had not been drunker than himself or fellow footballer Clayton McDonald, who was also having sex with her.
The drunker she gets, the funnier and looser her delectable performance becomes.
Would you watch a sprawling programme that took one-and-ahalf hours to establish that five pints of whisky gets you drunker than five pints of beer?
"But working in the bar was funny because as the hours tick on people get drunker and drunker then start to say what they think.
Standing there is a couple, comprising of a very drunk skinhead and his even drunker girlfriend.
Featuring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, this tale provides an excellent overview on the term--two drunken husbands fight with their wives, and then go out to get even drunker.
Moving the games, you upset fans - people make more of it and go out drunker."
The band kept getting louder and drunker, and I kept blowing my voice out," the Daily Star quoted him as saying.