blooey

blooey
[“blui]
1. mod. gone; destroyed.
Everything is finished, blooey!
All my plans are blooey!
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated.
John is totally blooey. He can’t even open his eyes.
Man, I’m blooey. I’m stoned to the bones.

Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions. 2015.

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  • go blooey — AND go f looey [go “blui AND go “flui] in. to fall apart; to go out of order. □ Suddenly, all my plans went blooey. □ I just hope everything doesn’t go flooey at the last minute …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

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