It (presumably) means "as wasted as he thinks".
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Kids (the 1995 film)
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In the third episode, season 1, Malcolm is hit on the head, and his older brother Francis is worried that Malcolm might have a concussion. Malcolm doesn't seem to share his fears and says "I think he is making too much of it. I am not as figgled as he hoogers".
Do the words "figgled" and "hoogers" mean anything at all? Or are they used as nonexistent words to show that Malcolm is not thinking straight after the blow?
Thanks, I've already googled it I'd like to know native speakers' take on it, just to be sure.