cold sober


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totally sober

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I had a few drinks to celebrate new year but my wife was on a course of antibiotics and could not touch alcohol, so one of us was stone cold sober.
In a statement Michael said: "Neither of us was charged because we were both stone cold sober.
But he said: "Neither of us was charged because we were both stone cold sober.
But my respect for the Massimos and Marias around the pool in their Speedos and mini-bikinis has grown, for they are doing all of this stone cold sober.
2 Amy Winehouse is stone cold sober for one whole month.
I will be at our headquarters stone cold sober watching what happens and ready to take quick action,'' Strong said, referring to worries some computer systems could fail to understand the switch from 1999 to 2000.
We hadn't even had a big night on the bevvy, we were both stone cold sober so it wasn't some sort of mad dream or the drink playing tricks.
Paloma performed her hits including Stone Cold Sober, New York and 30 Minute Love Affair.
His family have urged drivers to make it a happy Christmas and New Year by staying stone cold sober if driving.
When she does, the kooky actress and singer brings the house down, whether belting out renditions of her smash Stone Cold Sober, or delivering (unintentionally) hilarious retorts to the host.
pledged to drink alcohol for days For my sins, I've pledged not to drink alcohol for a whole 31 days - and that means staying stone cold sober at some infamously rowdy early Christmas parties.
A study by University of Illinois psychologists has found that men who enjoy a relaxing drink are actually better at solving brain teasers than those who are stone cold sober.
including Stone Cold Sober, Upside Down and set closer New York.
Stone Cold Sober had the audience out of their seats and was followed by Broken Doll, My Legs Are Weak - sung from a bench beneath the tree - before two versions of Do You Want The Truth or Something Beautiful?