From Spiritual Drunkenness:

In verse twelve the prophet is plainly commanded: Speak this word to them, thus says the Lord, the God of israel, "Every jug is to be filled with wine." The people regarded that as such a trite statement that their response to the prophet is a haughty one. Can't you just see the dignified, well-known, and earnest prophet saying: Every jug shall be filled with wine. And the listening people arrogantly responding saying: "Oh, good night, Jeremiah, if you can't say anything more important that that, if you don't know anything more significant to tell us that the jugs are to be filled with wine, why don't you just keep be still! We know perfectly well that every jug is to be filled with wine." Ah, yes, of course they knew that. But what they didn't know was what the Lord meant when He said, Every jug shall be filled with wine, for He was not talking about skins or bottles, but about them. Whenever the Lord indicates he is about to act in a divine judgement we better be careful that we do not respond with a haughty spirit.

The prophet had to make it plain to them when he said every he meant E-V-E-R-Y. Then say to them, Thus says the Lord, "Behold I am about to fill all the inhabitants of this land – the Kings that sit for David on his throne, the priests, the prohets and all the inhabitants of Jerusalem – with drunkenness!" Yes, every jug shall be filled with wine. And I will dash them against each other, both the fathers and the sons together, declares the Lord, I will not show ity nor be sorry nor have compassion that I should not destroy them.