blotto "drunk," c.1905, from some signification of BLOT (Cf. blot) (v.) in its "soak up liquid" meaning.

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  • blotto — • a fairly old term for very drunk , pretty much replaced by newer terms. eg I got totally blotto last night …   Londonisms dictionary

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  • Blotto (band) — Blotto was a rock band from Albany, New York which mixed music and humor. They were formed in 1979 out of the remains of the Star Spangled Washboard Band, a post hippie comedy jugband. Blotto walked a line between a New Wave pop combo and a… …   Wikipedia

  • Blotto games — (or Colonel Blotto games) constitute a class of two person zero sum games in which the players are tasked to simultaneously distribute limited resources over several objects (or battlefields). In the classic version of the game, the player… …   Wikipedia

  • Blotto (1930 film) — Infobox Film name = Blotto director = James Parrott producer = Hal Roach writer = Leo McCarey H.M. Walker starring = Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy music = Leroy Shield (1937 reissue) cinematography = George Stevens editing = Richard C. Currier… …   Wikipedia

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