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Newfies call a warm beer you leave out of the fridge from the night before a "straightener" cause it'll straighten things out for you. You drink it the next morning and your hangover is gone.
Certainly there is no hunting like the hunting of man and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never really care for anything else thereafter.
Ernest Hemingway, "On the Blue Water," Esquire, April 1936
oooh btw: Did I post anything.... "off color" at all last night? I dont remember signing onto the forums at all when I got home, but just in case if you see anything thats off color could ya delete it please? thanks!
Drink lots of water and orange juice. One of the main issues with being hung over is dehydration which leads to those pounding headaches. While you're drinking all of those liquids, take 2 Aleve or a few extra strength Tylenol. You wanna have about 8 tall glasses of water throughout the day. It should help substantially.
Definitely have that water or some other liquid to rehydrate your body. I get headaches all the time and a glass of H2O cures it. I've never tried that one technique to avoid hangovers where you just keep drinking...
My definition of a hangover is violently throwing up the next day, all day.
gatorade... replenishes electrolytes and makes me feel peppy again. Hangovers are just dehydration so pumping yourself with water and power-aid type drinks will do the trick. I also personally like lemonade and chocolate milk... not mixed together mind you :D
But as Apo mentioned, nothing wrong with biting the dog that bit you... grab a bloody marry and suck it up bud, welcome to the wonderful world of hangovers ;)
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