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Among Benjamin Franklin's many accomplishments was writing "The Drinker's Dictionary," a collection of more than 200 terms for getting drunk.
"Plastered" has many other stories behind its origin. Other sources attribute the term to the application of plaster casts as a reference to immobility, to the smell of alcohol sticking like plaster, and to a bird that has been plastered, which means mangled by a shotgun.
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