Wednesday, 1 September 2010

IMPORTANT LIFE LESSONS . . .

1~ Bragging that you often come to work with a two-bottles-of-wine hangover is NOT actually the best way to impress a guy. (I found that one out yesterday)

2 ~ Going to work in the FIRST place with a two-bottles-of-wine hangover means you have a sore head, lack of focus, the occasional (or frequent) thought that you may be sick, a complexion similar to someone drained of all their blood by a thirsty vampire . . . and the constant longing to be back in bed, hugging your pillow and having mildly filthy dreams. (I found that one out today.)

Moral of the story: wine tastes great. The aftertaste though . . . not always so great.

Get the word out, folks . . .

What is your least favourite thing about hangovers?

16 comments:

  1. My least favourite thing about them is when you get one and you haven't even been drinking. I feel totally cheated. Just some days you'll be tired or coming down with something and you have a goddamn hangover for NO REASON. If I'm going to be dehydrated, dizzy and have someone using a jackhammer in my skull there better have been copious amounts of tequila involved beforehand.

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  2. Yikes. Hope you've recovered.

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  3. Yup! I love wine (white, please!) but hate the wine hangover (yuck!).

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  4. My least favorite part of a hangover is the headache. I can deal with everything else usually but the headache is always the WORST!

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  5. My least favourite thing about hangovers is when they make me feel too sick to eat or drink anything because then how am I supposed to cure it with fried food and irn bru?! Wine is a killer, I find vodka and tonic more work night friendly :)

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  6. The worst part is the headache, hands down. Two weekends ago, I woke up with a migraine from hell. It hurt to have my eyes open. Took all day for it to go away too. Hope you're feeling better!

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  7. My sense of smell is higher after drinking a lot. Everything REALLY smells. Really. Which is NOT good.

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  8. My least favourite part about the hangover is the hangover.

    Or when someone else doesn't actually get a hangover.

    Cocks.

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  9. The inability to do ANYTHING the next day. These hangovers happen once in a while and, boy, do I dread them!

    -L

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  10. It's the fuzzy headedness I can't be doing with. I'm like the walking dead but can't actually fall back to sleep so instead trudge around wanting to do stuff but not being able to muster up the energy to actually do it.

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  11. honestly it's been so long since i've had a hangover i can't remember. I wouldn't be able to function at work the day after drinking anything more than half a bottle of red so i just don't do it. not worth the pain

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  12. One of my lovely co-workers had the Mother of All Hangovers last weekend.
    She was at work on a bourbon mixed with wine hangover and actually WAS sick.
    About fifteen times.

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  13. It's the fuzzy "can't really think" feeling I hate. I have to say though, I haven't gone to work on a hangover for ages and ages. Mondays used to always be a killer after a rugby game but, since I don't play anymore...

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  14. Wine hangovers are the worst! I've found Prosecco ones are the ultimate horridness though - there has only been one time in which I haven't been able to go to work hungover and it was bc of Prosecco!

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  15. The ad at the bottom of this post is for a 'Stop drinking Alcohol' detox program.

    Sneaky pricks.

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  16. One time, I drank so much wine that the next morning I swear I was still drunk, haha! But I had no choice but to go to work and was completely and absolutely miserable the whole darn day.

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