A state of being exceedingly intoxicated through the consumption of hideous amounts of alcohol. Derives from the predictive text system used by mobile phones which has 'ripped' as the second (borno) word to appear when one enters the number combination 747733, meaning to enter 'pissed'. When out on the lash this word invariably ends up as 'ripped' because either the phone user cannot see the phone screen through the alcoholic fug or even sees three (borno) phones. Consequently, 'on the ripper' describes the intention to consume, or the physical act of consuming, extreme amounts of fermented liquids prior to the 'ripped up' state. Hence, 'The Yorkshire ripper', 'Sutcliffed', 'Jack the ripper', can all be used as synonyms.
The dwix was ripped up last night.

Fancy going out on a midweek ripper?

I am getting Sutcliffed.
by Yume89 August 20, 2004
Descriptive of the sound of a long and drawn-out fart
After ten beers, and a plate of lima bean curry, I was ripping up rags like never before.
by Mr. Ploppy August 17, 2004
The phrase 'ripping up the prem' originated in Bexhill, England. As a way of telling others that one has achieved a goal,done something remarkably good or has had a DAMN GOOD TIME.
Person 1: "Whats up?"
Person 2: "Nothin much, just been ripping up the prem."
Person1: "Sweet"
by dn1820 February 26, 2009
Having a wild time on your 40th birthday
Woah man, I’m seriously going to be ripping up the carpet
by FurySlayer May 3, 2019
This is a term often yelled by chavs to the retreating/wandering away backs of anyone who they feel they have just beaten at a round of verbal sparring/who has fallen foul of another person's wit or what the chavs take as wit, but is actually exasperation (this is much more likely, as it is very hard to be beaten by a chav at a round of come backs). Sic can either mean very very good or very very bad, and in this instance it causes this phrase to be translated as 'You just got thoroughly beaten in a slanging match'. It is also used when a chav has to buy time to look up in a dictionary what you just called them, or when they think that they have won an argument.
Example 1
Normal person: Would you mind passing me a ruler?
chav 1: Yer MUM!
chav 2: HA HA HA, you just got ripped up sic! *proceeds to do that intensely annoying thing that they do when they hold their hand above their head and make their fingernails click together*

Example 2:
Jimmy (Normal person): Sir, sir, what does 'assonance' mean?
Teacher: And that's why you're in the bottom set, Jimmy - we've been covering this for five lessons. Please pay more attention.
Chav: (No idea what assonance is either, but couldn't care less) HA HA, you just got ripped up sic! *immensely annoying hand thing*
by xx-Erin-xx October 6, 2007