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|GUEST,PMB||Folklore: How do you say drunk? (124* d)||RE: Folklore: How do you say drunk?||18 Mar 08|
Kalied comes from kali, which is Salfordian for sherbert- probably from alkali, as it's made up of sodium/ potassium bicarbonate with citric acid. The foaming of the sherbert brings to mind the head on the beer, and perhaps foaming at the mouth.