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"Did he take any pills?''
"He is not a drugy kind of a guy, he likes his beer buzz but.."
"Beer buzz" he likes to be under influence?
Last edited by ostap77; 04-Mar-2011 at 14:13.
Yes. Being "buzzed" on alcohol is a light level of intoxication.
1) What is "lokes" there?
2) What do you think "beer buzz" is? I think "buzz" refers to that odd feeling in the head after drinking alcohol.
1- He is sick because of alcohol but he does not cure himself because he likes it.
2- He is sick but he doesn't like to take pills, instead he drinks alcohol.
I guess my first inference is more likely to be correct.
This person does not take any pills, he is happy with beer for recreational purposes.
So a drugy kind of person is not someone who takes pill whenever he/she has a dull pain in the head, but is a person who likes taking pills for pleasure. Am I right?
Drugs come in all sorts of forms. Smoked, snorted, injected or ingested.
Some drug abusers choose pills. Taking an aspirin or Tylenol when you have a headache doesn't make you a druggie.
Taking prescription painkillers in order to feel good does.