Not too bad, all things considered. Your hangover will be noticeable, but won’t stop you going about your day. It’ll just be a gentle — almost friendly — reminder of last night. Have a glass of water and a nice breakfast and you’ll be just fine.
This could be worse, to be honest. You won’t feel great, but it won’t stop you functioning. The hangover will just lurk around for a few hours, regularly reminding you that you maybe had a bit too much to drink. This hangover can be fought with a good breakfast and regular coffee.
Perhaps the cruelest of all hangovers, this one will catch you by surprise. You’ll think you’re fine. You’ll think you’ve had a lucky escape. Then, when you least expect it, the hangover will pounce and make everything appalling. This hangover can be fought by seeing it coming and preparing, but you’re still going to take some damage.
BANG! You feel terrible. BANG! You regret your life choices. BANG! Your head really, really hurts. This hangover will keeping hitting you very hard in the head for the rest of the day and there is nothing you’ll be able to do about it.
The physical pain and nausea you will feel will be nothing compared to the psychological trauma, as you replay the moments you can remember from last night again and again, all the time asking one question: Oh god, why?! Why did I do that? You will vow to never drink again — at least for a day or two.