Three sheets to the wind: this phrase comes from nautical origin. The “sheets” in the phrase are the lines (ropes) that hold a sail in place. If one of the “sheets”, meaning the corner of a sail, comes loose... the sail flaps in the wind and causes the ship to lose power.
OR, this has also been used to describe a highly inebriated person who is no longer in control, and is in danger of falling over.
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Three Sheets to the Wind
- Phthalate Free
- 12 ounces of fragranced coconut/paraffin blended wax
- Hand poured in a small batch
- 65+ hours of burn time
- Cozy wood crackling wick
Please note that a quantity of 2,3,4,5 or 6 candles ships for the SAME cost as 2!