It is a strange factor of this kind of euphorically dull drunkenness ( 'Oh go on then, sod it, why not?
The columnist Beachcomber's "new Soviet Barracks at Stratford", the building that conservative locals called "the jam factory", although it was euphorically reviewed by architectural progressives such as Maxwell Fry, was a pretty tame animal by international standards.
To wit, an unappreciated bit of Jobs luck was his relegation to the sidelines just as the tech industry was euphorically creating the Internet bubble of the 1990s.
He crouched, kicking his legs into the air and sang euphorically.
Fourth place might not seem that glorious, but for a country obsessed with soccer and starved for positive role models and good news, it was reason enough to celebrate euphorically.
They spoke euphorically about the joy it had brought them to really know people who might otherwise have been just anonymous extras in the movie of life.
In fact, there is only one fatal illness, The Mildew, and if you catch that, there is nothing but The Green Room, a chamber of soothing shades that lead you comfortably, painlessly and euphorically to a place where you are no longer a burden.