Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Liquorature

Liquorature is writing about drinking, especially hardcore boozing and alcoholism.

An example is The Lost Weekend by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
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When someone says, "X is the iron law of Y," look for it to rust very easily.
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Sour gripes are complaints you hear over and over and over and over until they get old, tired, and stale.
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Nervousing is something that makes you nervous. Word used by a 4-year-old girl.
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To be or not to be in some Southern accents is y'are or y'aint.
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It had the chance of a fireball in the deep blue sea.
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"Hey, hey, Joey Jay. Waddya hear, waddya say? How they hangin', Joey?"
"Straight down -- and on your chin, you cocksucker."
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Prevengence is getting to them before they get to you.
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My life isn't an epic struggles between good and evil. It's more like some off-and-on light skirmishes between fair and bad.
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"It's my way or the highway."

"Your way is a low way."
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If he was a stuffed shirt, his wife was a stuffed blouse.
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He owns the guns and the bullets, but her finger is on the trigger.
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Kingdom come? Hell, kingdom gone!
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Try us, Tyrus.
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It was a place where even the sunlight was dead.
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96 tears fell from 48 eyes.
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It flows to the Wabash.
It flows to the Ohio.
It flows to the Mississippi.
It flows ...
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The situation was not really like being in the belly of the beast. It was more like being up its rectum.
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I became angelic. I grew wings and shed my clothes.

But before I could fly, the bastard devils in charge on earth put me away in a deep, dark cell.

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