"Blootered/Blotto"

Martin Campoveja

Message 55037 · 15 Feb 2009 22:58:37 · Variable-width font · Whole thread

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Is "blotto" still current?

I thought it belonged only to pre-war upper-class slang.

Martin

2009/2/15, Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxx.xxx <Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxx.xxx>:
>
> In a message dated 2/15/2009 12:02:24 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
> xxxx_xxxx_xxx@xxxxx.xx.xx writes:
>
> 'Blootered' is not a word I have heard before, but, probably the origin of
> 'blotto' meaning 'blind drunk' - which is quite common here in New Zealand.
>
> Iain Boyd
>
>
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Ditto for my American English. Never have encountered "blootered," but am
> quite familiar with "blotto."
>
> Robb
>
>

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