2 Answers

  1. Indeed, in the direct meaning (full) should not be used. But in ironic (got drunk) you can. It sounds, by the way, even sympathetic and not so judgmental as “got drunk”.

  2. On the one hand, “eat ” and” eat ” are synonymous terms for the same action. On the other hand, the word “eat” is a literary one, it can be used in any constructions, while the word” eat “according to etiquette is undesirable to use almost in all cases, except for well-established phrases like “eat served”, etc. Thus, it is better to use the verb “eat” than “eat” – your gut did not let you down:)

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