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"This is one of my favourite couples to smoke up, drink down or party on sideways (does that sound weird?) with."

This appears on a backpacking blog which suggests other blogs to follow. The writer is describing a couple who runs one of these blogs, he knows them personally and this is his description.

Could you explain to me what does "party on sideways" mean?

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    The writer is just (jokingly) continuing a series: smoke up , drink down and... what directions are left? – Jim Mack Nov 19 at 13:13
  • @JimMack - That's a great insight. I would have missed that. Maybe this should be an answer. It's pretty obviously correct. – chasly - supports Monica Nov 19 at 13:30
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    It's part of a more vulgar expression too: **** me sideways, not meant literally, but as a corollary to smoke up (sky high) and drink down (under the table). – Weather Vane Nov 19 at 13:52
  • It's likely a stylized expression meaning "to party with" like @JimMack said, but without context it could be interpreted as having sexual intercourse. "Horizontal Mambo" by Here Come The Mummies comes to mind. – Bucket Nov 19 at 18:19
  • @WeatherVane - Or as me old da might have said, "every which way but loose" – Jim Mack Nov 19 at 18:38

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