: full as a goog Extremely drunk, or unable to eat any more because you are full. Goog, abbreviated from googie, comes from Scots goggie, a child's word for egg. It is a variation on an earlier Australian phrase in the same sense:full as a tick. Later combinations include full as a boot, full as a Bourke Street tram, full as a bull's bum.

Australian idioms. 2014.

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