Keyword: Drunk

If you can laugh at yourself loud and hard every time you fall, people will think you're drunk.

(1963 – ) television host & comedian

He’s three sheets in the wind.

Harry Payne Bosterly: You’re drunk!
Harold: And you’re crazy. But I’ll be sober tomorrow and you’ll be crazy for the rest of your life.

(1880 – 1946) comedian, actor, juggler & writer

I got so drunk one night I woke up in a chalk outline.

American comedian

You are not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on.

(1917 – 1995) singer, actor & comedian

Smith to witness: So, you were as drunk as a judge?
Judge (interjecting): You mean as drunk as a lord?
Smith: Yes, My Lord.

(1872 – 1930) British statesman, politician & lawyer

He is not drunk, who from the floor, can rise and stand and shout for more.

(1902 – 1971) American humorist & poet

Drunk as Cooter Brown

Sex with me when I'm really drunk is like being at the dentist… you can tell something's going on but you don't exactly know what it is.

(1965 – ) comedian, actor, screenwriter, television producer & director

Tighter than a new boot

An Irishman is not drunk as long as he still has a blade of grass to hang onto.

My uncle was the town drunk… and we lived in Chicago.

(1919 – 1991) American comedian & actor

There's no question about it. Wall Street got drunk—that's one of the reasons I asked you to turn off the TV cameras—it got drunk and now it's got a hangover. The question is how long will it sober up and not try to do all these fancy financial instruments.

(1946 – ) 43rd U.S. president

You might be a redneck if… you've ever been too drunk to fish.

(1958 – ) stand-up comedian & television personality

A drunken man's words are a sober man's thoughts.

Here's how you know that you're really drunk: when you get into a taxi cab and you think the fare is the time.

(1972 – ) stand-up comedian & actor

He’s in a foggery.

You can't fall off the floor.