Can be identified by the ashtray in ones mouth,the vomit on last nights clothes,the want to never drink or eat again,the great dislike of sunlight, the undesirealbe urge to apologise to all the people you spent the night with, the stranger in your bed and need for a glass of water and many many asprin
"Christ my head hurts I've got a proper bad hangover"
"I'm never drinking again"
As a result the liver uses water to metabolize the alcohol, this water is obtained from the body and often the brain which has a high concentration of water, this lack of water that is a result of metabolism causes the membranes in the brain to tighten thus causing the headaches and body aches often are another result
puking can also occur when the body
The good deed: You exposed your body to copious amounts of alcohol in a relatively short time span.
The punishment: Your body expects you to maintain this level of “liquid happy” consumption, and if you don’t (even if only for the duration of a short nap)…it rebels by dishing out every discomfort that it can physically and psychologically implement.
“Why god? Why? It seemed like such a good idea last night. I promise I’ll never drink again…so long as I live.”
*Washes Tylenol down with a bottle of Pepto-Bismol between dry heaves*
Waking up drunk just isn't the same as going to sleep drunk!
Some people prefer water, tea, black coffee (ok, ok, _espresso_), Peptol Bismol, "hangover helper" pills, and the like, but the only real cure for a hangover is time.
Symptoms: headache, physical weakness, extremely upset stomach, and vomit all over the new carpet in your bathroom.