In a bad way. Totally disorganised, all over the place. Can mean hungover or just plain sick. Can mean a combination of mental disorder and physical damage. Like in bits
, in a jocker
, in a heap
She drank the full bottle, took all the pills and was too wasted to slit her wrists properly. She's in rag order today.
In Ireland, an urban culchie
. A person from a country town like Clonmel who considers themself urban and would look down on culchies who they consider to be more primitive.
He's an annoying culchie, probably a mulchie.
An alcoholic in Dublin living almost like a down and out. Someone whose life is ruled by drink. Possibly derived from booze.
We went on the piss Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We were like two bowzies going around.
A homosexual. A homosexual who doesn't conform to the gay stereotype.
Last night he told his mother he was a broke back mountaineer.
Irish word for rickety, unsteady, badly made. It wouldn't generally be considered slang, is used by young and old alike.
Don't sit on that chair, it's a bit bockedy.
In a very bad state.
I saw Dickie Rock on the tele last night. His head was in a jocker.
I can't go outside the door today. I'm in a heap after last night.