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    idont recommenmmed them


    and im no t a big fan of them oohhh m head
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    Quote Originally Posted by ash chaulk
    idont recommenmmed them


    and im no t a big fan of them oohhh m head

    ooohhh. terrible news dude
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    I think im a freak of nature, i dont get hangovers anymore. No matter how much i drink i wake up fine, just tired.

    Ive heard of a hangover prevention mechanism which is meant to work, before you go to bed when youre maggoted, eat a piece of white bread...
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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00
    I think im a freak of nature, i dont get hangovers anymore. No matter how much i drink i wake up fine, just tired.

    Ive heard of a hangover prevention mechanism which is meant to work, before you go to bed when youre maggoted, eat a piece of white bread...
    Yeh that bread thing works for me cept i toast it.

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    Eh, avoiding hangovers isn't that hard, just drink a lot of water before you sleep. Hangovers as far as I understand them are caused primarily by dehydration, and provided you aren't drinking enough to give yourself alcohol poisoning, if you consume enough water that you aren't dehydrated you shouldn't feel too bad in the morning.

    The problems usually arise when you aren't in a situation where you can drink a heap of water before you sleep, or if you can't be bothered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00
    I think im a freak of nature, i dont get hangovers anymore. No matter how much i drink i wake up fine, just tired.
    I've actually never had one. Granted i'm only 16, but still, we start younger these days.

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    I don't really get hangovers either. The next day I'm a bit wobbly here and there but there's no (physical) pain.

    The other night was a farewell party for one of the girls at work. I got wiped out on the Japanese beer in front of about 15 colleagues, of which about 3 are capable of firing me. 'Twas a great night though; although I've heard stories that after I got back, I started brushing my teeth, went outside, passed out on the Genkan and was lying there with toothpaste bubbles streaming out of my mouth. Some old man (a colleague) found me lying there and thought I was dead (he thought something had happened to me because I'd done weeding that day and got severely sunburnt).
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    Hangovers seem to get worse with age, unfortunately. I never really got them til I turned 25-26, now anything remotely excessive when I don't have some lard to soak up the booze & I'm really struggling.

    Red wine is an absolute killer too, worst HO I've had was after my mate Lee's wedding when there was copious supplies of it gratis. Mixed with my usual lagers & a few celebratory cigars (I'm a non-smoker, but it was a celeb!) & I felt like something had **** in my head til about six the next evening.
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    Wine before beer will make you feel queer. That's a rule to live by.

    Don't get them anymore because I don't drink as much but before cider was a bad one for me. Never had a headache but just get a very dodgy stomach which can be worse because found it difficult to eat for a day.
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    Yeah, headaches are scarce, but the weird, empty stomach feeling is a shocker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ash chaulk
    idont recommenmmed them


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    Simple way to avoid them: don't drink alcoholic filth

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    Quote Originally Posted by steds
    Simple way to avoid them: don't drink alcoholic filth
    bit un social in books...... theres a reason that theres sooo many bars at burswood casino its so you can get drunk and lose ya money

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    Oh, I have an absolute killer of a hangover. I don't understand why?

    Wait, I've got it. 15 hours of drinking.

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    Hangover,never Havent done it in 15 years of my life wont do it till death.
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