Quadrivial Quandary:  Logophiles, Rejoice!  Each day we give you four unusual words.  Can you fit them all in one illustrative sentence?
Quandary Resolution 3768
satyr, snootful, bon vivant, fulcrum

"You've had yourself a right snootful already, sir," the heavyset man said, as he shuffled through the playground, doing his best to keep me from tripping over my own well-dressed feet, the whole while I tried to relate to him how the Princess Gregoretta had just severed my connection with the fifth plane and gone traipsing away with an awful satyr and how I had simply been trying to recreate the situation that led to my first meeting with that most-beautiful of fairy royalty, with her silken wings and dainty kisses that felt like snowdrops, and how well, I wouldn't usually have gone straight for the whiskey, being a sort of bon vivant with much more refined taste, but I was acting purely out of desperation to feel her warm naked skin against mine again, in the hopes that enough of any sort of alcohol could induce the effects of the original absinthe binge; of course at this point the bouncer, who must've run out of my patience for my stories, pushed me away so I tripped over the fulcrum of the rotting seesaw, my cap rolling off into the night and my former companion shaking his head while he walked away and me, lying in the mud, I began to cry.

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