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23rd Dec 2002, 19:56
Sorry to bore everyone with another hung over thread.
Gusty is off 'till Jan 6th and has been on the razzle for the last couple of days.
I got up an hour ago with a hangover that bad it seems like I'll not see tomorrow.
Was just wondering if anyone else has ever felt that bad....
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23rd Dec 2002, 20:06
Hair of the dog , Gusty, hair of the dog,all other cures are bulldung. ;)
PS, well in truth it only delays the hangover, it has to be faced eventualy.
23rd Dec 2002, 20:30
Very true Drapes.
However if I have the hair of the dog I won't stop....
23rd Dec 2002, 20:54
Not again! Did you surpass your 37 pints?
I have to say I had the hangover to end all hangovers on Friday morning.
I would just like to apologise now to any Thameslink users on the 9.34 to Wimbledon that morning, and thank you for your kind help and assistance
23rd Dec 2002, 21:07
Well I've preordered an MF of a hangover from amazon.com for New years... :cool:
23rd Dec 2002, 21:07
2 day sesh SOMP, about 25 pints, give or take a couple.
I can understand how you must have felt on the train, it's not pleasant.
23rd Dec 2002, 21:28
What Gusty??it took yer a whole two days ter drink just 25 pints, err, where you feeling unwell perchance. ;)
23rd Dec 2002, 21:43
I'm certainly feeling unwell now Drapes.
23rd Dec 2002, 21:53
I once drank that in a drinking contest one night and got beat by one miserable pint, of course it could have been due to the fifteen pints I had in the rehersal beforehand. ;)
23rd Dec 2002, 22:01
The thought of that is not helping me right now.
I don't think I have ever felt this bad.
I feel that bad I can't sleep.
23rd Dec 2002, 22:13
Fortunatly its a universal law that hangovers and pain fade in a linear manner, whilst the memory of same fades geometricly.
So two days from now you will be able to hoist them again with no memory whatsoever of the pain and sufferin you feel now. ;)
23rd Dec 2002, 22:19
Tony, is it just my memory or did you have this many posts an hour ago?
(Almost Guv' standards...)
Toulouse is a gate to hell!
24th Dec 2002, 07:15
I'm working on that now . . . :D
24th Dec 2002, 08:48
You obviously need a woman to keep you in check :)
Merry Christmas - and I hope you are not suffering too much this morning:D
24th Dec 2002, 08:55
I can't remember a run up to Christmas with such little alcohol having passed my lips, we perhaps in my childhood but that was, it seems, a very long time ago.
Why has this Christmas been different? well on Friday 13th at an office party I met a young lady. She's had quite an effect on me!
She is quite simply fantastic but that isn't the main reason for the curbed drinking. That is mostly down to the fact that she used to have a drink problem. After 2 years of abusing herself day and night. She got herself sorted and 18 months counselling has enabled her to enjoy herself.
I'm sure I can drink like the best of them with the lads but when I'm with her I can enjoy a couple of drinks and her company much more than the pints, vodka and anything else which previously drained my wallet.
Alcohol can be good, enjoy it. Enjoy the company you keep and have a great Christmas and a prosporous new year.
(I'm off to Sainsbury's to stock up for the festive season)
24th Dec 2002, 08:56
You are right Takenthe5th.
Just can't seem to find Miss Right. :(
I'm feeling a lot better, thanx.
Hope you have a merry Christmas too...
24th Dec 2002, 09:08
A word of advice here - there is NOTHING less attractive to a woman than a guy who is always p!ssed.
Good luck Fraudsquads - you have the right idea:)
P.S. To those that are trying to send me PM's - My mailbox has been emptied:D
Select Zone Five
24th Dec 2002, 10:44
I can sympathise with SOMP. I once blew chunks on a Thameslink train.
When you get that nauseous feeling...there's NOWHERE to go. The windows don't open far enough to get your tongue outside let alone your whole head; and the constant smell of p!ss on the train and the constant stop-start-stop-start motion of our dire rail service are enough to induce vomiting even if you're not drunk!
How did I manage to turn Gusty's hangover thread into having a pop at the rail network....again? :rolleyes:
24th Dec 2002, 19:30
Good for you Fraudsquad.
Gusty, having just recovered from Friday and Saturday's epic voyage, I find myself descending into the same situation again.
Having felt so bad on Sunday, and having sworn I would never do it again, I wonder if I have a self destruct gene somwhere.
But the sad thing is I'M HAVING A BALL
26th Dec 2002, 13:21
Now my head really hurts!