Minimal effort, minimal reward. Cereal is for the boozer who just wants to go to bed.
The WKD of post-pub snacks. You could say you were being ironic, but we all know the truth.
A stopgap, nothing more. Even with hummous, crisps aren’t going to help your head tomorrow morning.
Plain buttered toast (never margarine) is to drunk food what Ant and Dec are to presenting. It’s familiar and comforting, and will do a perfectly fine job.
9. The curveball
The palate wants what the palate wants. Whether it’s deep fried pickles or tuna mixed with nutella. Its ability to hit the spot can’t be faulted, but its indigestive qualities keep it out of the top five.
8. Instant noodles
With just a kettle full of boiling (or half-boiled, we all know how patience erodes in direct proportion to pints consumed) you too can witness actual magic. Hard noodles go soft, and scraps of vegetables appear from nowhere. Delicious, delicious magic.
7. McDonald’s / Burger King
The intersection of real life and drunk life is never more apparent than when you’re in the line at McDo, wondering why you never tried the McChicken Legend. Yet, the milkshakes override any social awkwardness, and dropped change at the till.
There is nothing more glorious than a curry with several beers in your belly. Rice adds excellent soakage, and naan encourages eating with your hands. What more could you want?
Alone or with friends, pizza is the answer to every drunken question ever asked.
3. Ham and cheese toastie.
If you can assemble the ingredients. If you can heat up the Breville. If you can remember to butter the outside of the sandwich. If you wait until the toast browns. If you can avoid burning your mouth on the molten cheese. Then your reward will be this slice of heaven.
2. Fried chicken.
You will never be the only drunk person in a chicken shop.
- The U.S. and Cuba have agreed to open embassies in Washington and Havana as they restore diplomatic ties after more than 50 years.
- Greece has become the first developed country to miss a debt payment to the International Monetary Fund.
- Misty Copeland has become the first black female principal dancer in American Ballet Theater's 75-year history.