Down to Get So Laid. A more appropriate, classier cousin of DTF. Because it is less well known than DTF, it can usually be slipped into casual conversation and only those "in the know" will understand the reference.
n. an amount of alcohol, described as a "drop" in order to downplay the volume consumed. In many traditional Irish drinking songs, the narrator refers to only a "drop" of liquor, yet it always seems enough to lead to wacky misadventures.
"took a drop of the pure to keep me heart from sinking/ that's the Paddy's cure whenever he's up for drinking"
- "The Rocky Road to Dublin"
"Did you see Bill last night? He was so wasted. He told me he only had an Irish Drop"
"to help him on with his work every day he had a drop of the craythur every morn"
- "Finnegan's Wake"