A phrase, deriving from a combination of the words "drinking" and "limbo", used to describe the unique yet indiscernible in-between phase after being sloshed but before being hungover. (i.e. When you've woken up after a night of drinking, and you feel tired and wousy, yet slap-happy with the lingering remnants of intoxication.)
"Drimbo" for short.
"Drimbolicious" as an adjective form.
1. Person A: Geez, I was bumpin' into the walls of the
shower this morning. Deep in a state of drimbo.
2. Person B: Damn son, I got slizzard on that Patrón last
Person C: Fo' real? Shit. How you feelin' now?
Person B: I'm aight. Ain't hungover, I'm in drimbo.
3. Person D: Yo, you wanna go hit the gym, play some b-ball?
Person E: Not now, man, my body's still drimbolicious
from last night.