In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Fascinating look at the national results - non drinkers do spectacularly worse than dipsos, and the IQ is in inverse proportion to salary levels.
- Perhaps a wise old retired policeman would have spotted something, but like all the dipsos I know, he was a tightwad as well, and never went near the bar.
- He famously adopted the stage persona of an affectless drunk, only to turn, after his son's death, into a genuine dipso.
- Watching it, we were laughing about what a dipso the director must be.
- We opt for number two, and discover the dipso cooks a mean cheese omelette.
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