There’s actual scientific evidence behind these hangover helpers, so listen up.
“I’m so hungover I think I may cry vomit.”
Thanks, science… kind of.
This is science. We consulted a nutritionist and everything.
But there’s no actual evidence that it works. Try at your own peril.
I’m just going to take a nap right here.
Plus Robert Redford and Will Ferrel have an historic debate, Cookie Monster becomes the “Wolf of Sesame Street,” and reviews of 9 “hangover cures.”
From “I feel great” to “I’m pretty sure hell is is better than this.” We’ve all been there.
These rankings DO NOT reflect taste, only overall “grossness,” OK?
Be on the lookout for these drunk idiots — but more importantly, make sure you’re not one of them.
You really shouldn’t experience any of these more than twice a week. Please read sensibly.
We’re calling it the BuzzFeed Arms. And this is what we expect.
An enterprising anesthesiologist, clad in black scrubs and armed with a magic IV, isn’t just making sure that the high-roller money that comes to Vegas stays in Vegas. He’s dedicated his life to the noble pursuit of pleasure without pain.
One thing is for sure: David Johnson knows Jay-Z. But does Jay know him?
Here’s a nifty explanation to keep in mind before you experience your first hangover of 2012.
Gatorade finally makes a commercial for the people who actually drink it.
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Not that I or anyone in the BuzzFeed office would ever need such a list ourselves. And certainly not today of all days. But I just figured you might need these tips, dear reader. I’m just thinking about you!
His name is Charles, and he’s damned please to meet you.
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All the blogs are reporting that there’s a new “best way” to cure your hangover. Apparently, some joker named Michael Oshinsky from Thomas Jefferson University “gave rats hangovers” and came up with this little piece of linkbait idiocy. Let’s all get drunk tonight and see if it works.
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National Geographic offers up an interactive graphic featuring hangover cures from across the globe. Honestly though, if someone in Mexico tried to shove shrimp down my throat after a long night of tequilla shots, they’d end up standing in vomit.
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Vice dispenses advice concerning the real perils of getting sick at school: STD’s, weed psychosis, and ::gulp:: “piles”. Freshmen be warned: Jägermeister is not your friend.