to be Englished — v. to be unnecessarily addressed, and/or assisted (verbally or by means of written script) in pidgin English (by some ignorant but well-meaning local, rather than in the local language. ). This will usually happen to ex-pats, especially in countries still developing and/or with little exposure/ to foreigners and with poor international level education, like Japan.
"I got Englished in the bookstore this afternoon by an old Japanese hag asking me where I was from. Then I got bloomin' Englished again in the "Pig and Whistle", handed a gobbledegook Romaji menu after I'd already ordered in Japanese, for feck's sake..."
by Deke Miller April 08, 2007
To be intoxicated to the point of extreme motor skills failure. To spill beverages on ones clothing or body if, due to bets and challenges, one is not wearing clothing anymore. The point at which the illogical seems logical and doors, chairs, vases, and glasses are begging one to break them.
You don't remember last night? Your shirt was more wet than dry and you were past Terry Schiavo drunk, you were Englished.
by dDaVmFmRmKtMtWrDjS February 02, 2009