STONED OUT


STONED OUT
STONED OUT (stiff)
под балдой, и не слегка, а круто (наркотики или алкоголь). Дословно - отключен совершенно (stone - камень, дальше пофантазируйте). См. рис. (Типичный наркоман с улиц Сан-Франциско. По взгляду и внешнему виду легко определяются), (Американская пародия на тему оперы "Каменный гость". Но гость из камня будет "stone guest", а "stoned" - вы знаете кто. Не рекомендуем делать ошибки такого рода в разговоре (см. тест №2)).

Stonkered — то же, но еще и в прямом смысле - убитый.


American slang. English-Russian dictionary. 2014.

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