The rule is that if it's said in an English accent any word can be used as drunk. Of course it has to be used in a phrase like: "I was completely _______ last night" or "You should've seen 'im he was totally ____________".
"Bloody brilliant" and when they call someone "luv." :)
I love the phrase "awfully chuffed" and use it whenever I can which isn't very often regarding the fact that I live in Germany. But soon I will. Very soon. Mwahaha...
I like that one too. Took me a while to figure out if that was a good or a bad thing, but the discovery is half the fun.
I love it when someone says that it was "jolly good"!
It sounds so happy. When I asked my host mother what it meant she told me that she not even aware of the fact that she actually uses this phrase - all the time.
Haha, I love the way that putting "yeah?" at the end of a sentence kind of stops the argument right there.
My favorites are "talking rubbish" and "daft". They just say what can't otherwise be said.
I say Brilliant or Fantastic. I also use Loads and Massive. But I really love Cheeky too.
I can't really say I have a favourite, but the ones I customarily use are: brilliant, fantastic, loads, ages, the other common ones. I always say "I'm going to use the toilet" instead of saying "bathroom". I refer to cigarettes as fags. I say 'rubbish bin' and 'telly'. I always say 'mum' and write/type with British English. I say trolley. I say certain things in various accents. My friends always give me especially odd looks when I say that someone is a 'right prat'.
We've gotta be twins
It's quite possible.