What is your post-hangover tradition?!

Question: What is your post-hangover tradition!?
If I've thought ahead, I've always got three things handy!. First, cold water -- because nothing else will really go down!. Next, marmite mixed with hot water (I'm a vegetarian, so no bovril)!. Then, a fizzy drink (usually orange-flavoured) to combat the previous salty with sweet!.

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If it's really bad, then I usually get up, super thirsty!. Start chugging water out of the jug!. Have a cigarette!. Eat some toast, or some type of sandwich (last nights pizza is the best if available)!. Take some aspirin!. Then I'm pretty much good!. The hair-of-the-dog thing works, but I usually can't bring myself to do it, if it's a really bad hangover!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Well after my mum and younger brother having a giggle (or if I'm at Uni my housemates) usually fresh orange followed by a fizzy orange flavoured drink and then maybe a chicken baguette or a big greasy burger depending on just what I'd been drinking the previous night, I then sleep most of the day away before ringing a friend to make sure I remembered the entire night and maybe gossip about its events!.
Edit: oh and a pint of water if I forgot to have it before I went to bed and paracetamol!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Fruit juice watered down, cold!! Preferably iced tea, and anything greasy when I wake up to eat!. A can of coke and two advils work great, and drinking a lot of water before you go to bed or throughout the night works awesome too!! Althought once youve had a couple drinks, you tend to forget about drinking the waters!.
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A couple of crushed headache tablets or powders (if you can find them), 1 raw egg, 1 banana chopped up, some milk, some vanilla ice cream and some ice!. Put into a blender and make a milkshake!.!.!.!. you feel the bad dissolve away as its going down! Works everytime no matter how bad the morning after is!.

You could do hair of the dog and have another drink but when that leaves your body you will feel worse than you did to start off with !.!.!. hair of the dog is a mythWww@FoodAQ@Com

Drink Pediasure!. It is full of electrolytes!. When you drink alcohol, your body displaces electrolytes!. If you go overboard and get smashed, there really isn't too much you could do to avoid the dreaded hangover!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Drink a pint of water as soon as I wake up and then a further half pint at least every hour for 3 hours!. This re-hydrates the brain which is the reason for the bad head!. If I can I eat some dry toast!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I usually have a pint of blackcurrant juice with a rehydration sachet mixed into it before I go to bed and two anadin extra tablets - this usually stops me from feeling like death the next dayWww@FoodAQ@Com

What's it called!? Hair of the dog, I think!. Have a drink!.!.!.beer, tequila shot, whatever, and water!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I am a proud beer bong owner, and a beer bong full of gatorade or vitamin water is an awesome way to start the day!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Lots of water and gatorade to keep myself hydrated, sleep, a multi vitamin and some fast food!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

2 cans of coke and a bananaWww@FoodAQ@Com

three or four bottles of cider,!.!.!.!.even better if you look under the couch and find a large slice of pizza!!Www@FoodAQ@Com

I always get an isle seat on the plane so I can run to the bathroom!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

A cold can of Irn-Bru will cure any hangover in no time!. never found a way to beat that for a cure!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Whatever made you bad is normally a good cure!. if that fails a pint or two of cider normally does the trickWww@FoodAQ@Com

stay in bed and watch t!.v!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

wake and bake!Www@FoodAQ@Com

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