biz-nis druhngk (-adj.)
1. Being intoxicated in a professional setting with the goal of improved networking
, or creating an environment conducive to closing deals; usually achieved through the use of expense accounts and open bars.
2. A true test of business prowess, as these goals must be achieved through, and in spite of the wide availability of top shelf alcohol.
"Boy, I just can't seem to get any traction with this new client!"
"Well, let's invite him to the Four Seasons on Friday and get business drunk!"
"Did you hear how Rachel ended up exposing her breasts to that client at the Four Seasons?"
"Pshh...what a novice, doesn't even know how to stay business drunk."
December 09, 2009