monged out

adj
British
a.
intoxicated and incapacitated by drugs. The words, fashionable in 1990s rave culture, are based on 'mongol(oid)'.
Gurning and sledgied are similar terms.
b.
hung-over or suffering from a drugs comedown. A term used by young street-gang members in London since around 2000.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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