Despite political differences, Jews and Arabs have been exchanging cultural ideas and linguistic features for generations, so that much of Hebrew slang comes from Arabic (here’s a partial list).
when referring to a male and מַסְטוּלִית listen and repeat or מַסְטוּלָה listen and repeat when referring to a female. This word derives from the Arabic word for bucket – سَطْل (satl), since a person with bucket over their head bobbles around like a drunkard or someone high.
The word is often used sarcastically. For example:
אֵיךְ שָׁכַחְתָּ אֶת הַתִּיק בַּבַּיִת, אַתָּה מַסְטוּל?
How did you forget your (the) bag at home, are you high?