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No one is sure where the name of this dish comes from. Some believe it is called drunken noodles because it's an excellent hangover cure. Others believe that it is so hot that the eater has to be drunk to be able to stand it, while some are sure that it's because one becomes drunk trying to drown out the heat with alcohol. Still others believe that the name comes from the wide assortment of ingredients the dish contains: The chef is drunk enough to throw in a bunch of vegetables and spices without thinking it over. The most probable explanation is that this is one of the only foods available on the streets of Thailand late at night and in the very early morning, the times when inebriated revelers are leaving places of celebration. It is very possible that the extremely "wobbly" noodles themselves give the dish its name.
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u make him walk the PLANK! AHARHARHARHAR AHARHARHAR aaaaaaaaaahhhhhh.........
I hope you mean 'Duncan Heinz.' He was a travelling salesman back in the 1920s/30s. He published a list of what he considered the best restaurants around the country and later… also rated motels/hotels. I don't think he was ever directly responsible for the cake mixes, etc, that are sold under his name, but instead sold the right to use his name on baked goods.
"Drunkenness is condemned in the Bible. Use of strong drink to the point of drunkenness is strongly censured in the Bible. The wise writer of Proverbs paints a vivid and… scientifically accurate picture of the effects of drinking alcoholic beverages to excess. He warns: "Who has woe? Who has uneasiness? Who has contentions? Who has concern? Who has wounds for no reason? Who has dullness of eyes? Those staying a long time with the wine, those coming in to search out mixed wine. Do not look at wine when it exhibits a red color, when it gives off its sparkle in the cup [when the wine looks unduly attractive, sparkling], when it goes with a slickness [when it slides down the throat too easily]. At its end it bites just like a serpent, and it secretes poison just like a viper [it can make one sick physically (for example, causing cirrhosis of the liver) and mentally (producing delirium tremens), and it can actually kill]. Your own eyes will see strange things [the alcohol acts on the control centers of the brain, repressing them; attitudes normally repressed come to the fore ...gaps in memory are filled by the individual's telling fantastic experiences in a most plausible way; the person exhibits uninhibited behavior], and your own heart will speak perverse things [thoughts and desires normally suppressed will be expressed]."-Pr 23:29-33; Ho 4:11; Mt 15:18, 19. The drunkard's personal experience is described as the writer continues: "And you will certainly become like one lying down in the heart of the sea [experiencing the confusion of one drowning, finally passing into unconsciousness], even like one lying down at the top of a mast [as the rocking of the ship is greatest at this point, the drunkard's life is in danger from accident, stroke, a fight, and so forth]. 'They have struck me, but I did not become sick; they have smitten me, but I did not know it [says the drunkard, as if talking to himself; he was insensible to what was actually going on and to the punishment that the experience has inflicted on him]. When shall I wake up? I shall seek it yet some more [he must now sleep off the effects of overindulgence, but he is enslaved by the drink and looks forward to drinking more when he is able].'" He will come to poverty, by spending excessive amounts for liquor and also by becoming unreliable and rendering himself unable to work.-Pr 23:20, 21, 34, 35. INSIGHT ON THE SCRIPTURES
Drink, drank, drunk.
Put him in the scuppers with a hose pipe on him Shave his belly with a rusty razor or Put him in the hold with the Captains daughter or Put him in the back of a Paddy Wagon o…r Throw him in the long boat 'til he is sober or Put him in the Guard Room 'til he is sober, or Turn him over and drive him windward or Sends him to the Crows Nest 'til he falls down or Give him a dose of salt and water or Soak him in oil until he sprouts flippers or Stick on his back a mustard plaster
Yes it is, it goes: What shall we do with a drunken sailor? What shall we do with a drunken sailor? What shall we do with a drunken sailor? Early in the morning.
A methylated spirit
drink with him
When you absolutely LOVE to be drunk.
It's a gourd. A vegetable that's been cleaned out and dried into a hardened wine carafe/decanter.
What number to call if in need of medical help when a child has drunken or eat a chemical in their home?
I suppose you would ring your doctor or nearest hospical. Eating or drinking chemicals are a serious matter if a child has drunk some. Go straight to the hospical and it the c…hild checked out. Dont delay.
Public drunkenness is the state of being drunk in public- a public display of drunkenness. Public intoxication laws vary from country to country and state to state. In some ju…risdictions the person is taken into protective custody until the drunkenness wears off. IF the person is found to be drunk and disorderly they are subject to arrest.
The cast of Drunken Phone Calls - 2009 includes: Dave Bintz Margaret Bonner Michael Bradt as Mike Tim Dolecek as Tim Jessica Kerins as Jess Mark Kerins as Mark Paul Minzner as… Paul Brant Strausbaugh as Brant