Two <wrecked> and a whiskey down.

JuriTerreni

Senior Member
Chinese-China
From TV series<The Deuce>,
At a bar, someone says:
Two wrecked and a whiskey down.
What does wrecked mean here? Thank you.
 
  • Language Hound

    Senior Member
    American English
    You'll have to provide more context than "at a bar, someone says."

    What is going on? Who says this? Is the person talking to someone else? Who? About what? What is said right before this and right after this?
     

    GreenWhiteBlue

    Senior Member
    USA - English
    The person (who appears to be a waiter or waitress passing along an order to the kitchen staff) is ordering two scrambled eggs and toasted rye bread. Are you sure this happens in a "bar", and not in a diner or luncheonette?
     

    JuriTerreni

    Senior Member
    Chinese-China
    The person (who appears to be a waiter or waitress passing along an order to the kitchen staff) is ordering two scrambled eggs and toasted rye bread. Are you sure this happens in a "bar", and not in a diner or luncheonette?
    Sorry, it's a diner, I think.
     
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