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A weekend with no sleep + Crazy amount of drinks and smokes + Blackjack = Not good. Been at least 10 hours since my last drink, and I hiccup when I'm about to burp, so I can't even let a good one rip.
Ok, that didn't go too badly. Came in at number five against some gentle gentle medium pace, Hit 14, only two in boundaries. Cbf keeping, so I spent most of the time at short cover, where I was pretty average. Would say that's more down to lack of slepe than a hangover though.
No urge to hurl which was nice, kept running and concentration to an absolute minimum.
I know it's not cool to brag, but...
Number of pints drunk by me since finishing my exams 9 days ago: 33
Number of shots' worth of spirits consumed by me since finishing my exams 9 days ago: 14
Number of hangovers experienced by me since finishing my exams 9 days ago: 0
Water is the key, people.
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There will be some major hangovers once my exams finish. 22nd June, should be posting in here on the 23rd and 24th, if i'm still alive!!
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"Yeah, dehydration," I said.
He took great pleasure in informing me that I was wrong, and that it is in fact over-hydration that causes hangovers. Now being a polite chap (for an Australian), I didn't say anything, but meekly insisted that I was right a number of times before giving up. I did point out, though, the inconsistency of the argument - how can a person who drinks 8 pints of beer and no water wake up with a hangover, while a bloke who drinks 12 pints and 2 litres of water wake up with nowt (but a queasy stomach, maybe)?
Unfortunately, people can get extraordinarily attached to things they hear.
'Copperfield,' said Mr. Micawber, 'farewell! Every happiness and prosperity! If, in the progress of revolving years, I could persuade myself that my blighted destiny had been a warning to you, I should feel that I had not occupied another man's place in existence altogether in vain.
- Wilkins Micawber
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