Yesterday, in the pub, I was having lunch, and I'd ordered lots of food. I made a good attempt to finish it all, but then had to give up. I told Mr Squirrel that I was 'overfaced' by the amount of food. This is a word I use reasonably often - perhaps I might be overfaced by the amount of work I have to do, or the task of tidying my room.
Mr Squirrel claimed that this word does not exist, and texted AQA to prove it. AQA said I was a buffoon :(
So, I'm opening this up. Does the word 'overfaced' exist? And if not, why on earth do I use it? Where did this come from?!
Answers on a postcard please.