a slip, usually of paper or cardboard, serving as evidence that the holder has forthcoming free alcohol to be served to their own person or to those they are drinking with.
Named such, by the intended user of said dicket, as a result of over-consumption of alcohol, uncanny ability to make immature jokes or perhaps due to a language learning disability.
Not to be confused with trinket.
V (male) - To you I give my drink ticket. Please acquire for me an alcoholic beverage. A spirit of Mexican origin perhaps.
K (female) - For me, a cold and refreshing Coca-Cola. Many thanks.
L (female) - You`re all loosers. I'll just take these trink dickets and buy myself some more booze.