Beer Goggles

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Hypothetical eyewear that people are said to put on after drinking too much, which distorts the objective appearance of a potential partner for a one-night stand
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Have paying By Tom Beer Goggles Johnny is promoting a triple message about the dangers of excessive alcohol, the importance of using condoms and the benefits of regular testing for HIV and STIs throughout the festive season.
A team from the NHS Coventry health trust were also out in force, speaking to hundreds of parents and children about the importance of immunisations and vaccinations, encouraging smokers to kick the habit and giving people the chance to try out their beer goggles to promote the risks of alcohol.
In other words, when men and women drink too much they end up looking at the opposite sex through beer goggles and make some horrendous mistakes.
But then again, was the end of the night with beer goggles on in a clapped-out club ever the best place?
17 /PRNewswire/ -- National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week (NCAAW) will be held October 15-21, 2006, and from video games that simulate drunk driving to beer goggles that impair vision, college kids nationwide will experience the dangers of alcohol impairment right on campus.
Referring to hersteamy session in the Big Brother garden and shower with Jason, the student said: 'I had my beer goggles on that night.
This warning should add: ``You are looking at life through beer goggles.
Go commando, I'm hank marvin, beer goggles and pants are just four of 25 popular everyday 21st century expressions transformed into hand-drawn 'emoticons' by the creators of Wallace and Gromit to mark the launch of Microsoft's new Tablet PC.
The enhanced CD features the current smash radio single "Billy's Got His Beer Goggles On," and the song's music video starring McCoy's close friend, comedic actor Rob Schneider.
It probably didn't matter which one of us as he was wearing his beer goggles by that point.
And instead of wearing psychic glasses, maybe the audience were wearing beer goggles.