The Eskimos, a great bunch of lads. Practically the only thing that I know about them is that they have 50 words for snow. 'Aqilokoq' means 'soft falling snow' for those wondering.
Now there are not many comparisons you can draw between the Eskimos and the Irish but if there was a similarity to be squeezed out of the two peoples it would be their propensity for naming things numerous times.
With the Eskimos, it was snow. With the Irish, it's the state of being drunk. Such is the canon of vocabulary that can mean the state of being inebriated, that we here at College Times have thrown together a quiz that will prove once and for all, do you know your drinking vocabulary?
I'm expecting at least 18 out of 20 here folks. Anything less than that and you need to take a long, hard look in the mirror.