Any drink prepared with liquor deemed by a particular bar as "wells". All bars have different brands of "wells liquor". Usually this is their cheapest liquor and is used in most drinks unless a specific brand of liquor is "called" (requested).
Special: $2 Shots. (Wells)
often used as a substitute for very or so
That test was well hard
In many towns in Ireland, 'well' is a salutation or greeting. Having used the expression all my life, I've never been able to figure out whether it's a kindly-meant enquiry as to whether or not all is well with the person so addressed, or simply an expectant demand for news updates - in my hometown, it always felt like the beginning of an interrogation!
Well, girl, haven't seen you in ages.
1. <interjection> An expression of surprise or disbelief
2. <adverb> Skilful/skilfully
3. <adverb> Intimately
4. <adverb> informal; extremely
5. <noun> A bored hole into the ground to tap a supply of water, gas or oil
6. <noun> slang; The toilet
1. Well! I never expected John to be THAT good in bed!
2. Well done, Pete
3. I know your mother VERY well...
4. OMG Dat's well good dat! OMGOMG1
5. James, go and fetch a pail of water from the well, there's a good boy.
6. Hold on a second I've gotta use the well...
The well is the shelf under the bar where they keep liquor at hand for mixing drinks. So, a well brand
or house brand
is the brand of liquor served when a customer requests a drink by its generic name (e.g. gin and tonic, scotch and soda). It's usually the least expensive brand served, as opposed to more expensive call brands
Order me a Jack and Coke. Their well brand tastes like bathtup gin.
adjective to describe something good
thats well good!
Well is used instead of really nowdays because people who speak english correctly are considered to be un-cool by chav idiots, it used to be only used by such idiots but now they've ruined the english language for a lot of other people and decent people have started saying it. The correct way to use the world well is at the start of a sentance.
Stupid dumbass chav way: That's well gay.
Correct way: Well You were kinda mean.
Well, I'm off.