The phrase comes from an old naval expression - a serious hangover felt the same as a flogging (a common naval punishment) so some sailors referred to their hangover as 'being lashed' which eveolved to 'going out on the lash' - a heavy drinking session.What the fuck is the lash?
Unkown. Possibly to do with sailors getting lashed, (whipped), for drinking, or from lashings, which means lots of something. E. G. Lashings and lashings of ginger beer.Biography then. Jesus with you people
"Well my compatriots, I have recently been domiciled in the drinkery and am currently highly intoxicated. I currently also have a very aggressive temperament so I would like to open hostilities with anyone within my immediate vicinity".I suspected this as well.
The typing errors seemed contrived rather than genuine.
But why pretend to be drunk? As evidence of diminished responsibility at a later date?