nocturnalvagabond wrote:Okay, so I know that to prevent a hangover it's best to drink light liquors (vodka etc.) rather than dark (whiskey etc.) I also know that it's best to stick to one type of drink the whole night. Thing is, I'm currently drinking whiskey because that's what I currently have in my house. I'm about to go out to the bar my roommate works at. Will I be less hungover if I continue to drink whiskey or if I switch to vodka or light rum? I have to work at 8am tomorrow.
Merry Christmas, everyone.
One person has a hangover, gets through work, and confides in a friend "I feel like shit and I can't wait to do it again." Another rolls on the floor asking for god's forgiveness and stays clear of bottles for a few days. Which one do you want by your side when the alien uprising finally comes?
steved2112 wrote:And calling out of work is points off, by the way. We're supposed to be pros, here. I've thrown in the towel, once or twice. Shown up late, too. But to lay there in bed and say "I can't take this I'm not going in" is a slippery slope.
deebocools wrote:Remember that alcohol is not a magic potion(physiologically). During a session, you have to remember to eat and hydrate as much as you would normally, or even moreso. Alot of symptoms(but not all) are from people ignoring food/water/sleep.
I've drank about every classification of liquor and noticed no difference in hangover potential.
fiyah wrote:steved2112 wrote:And calling out of work is points off, by the way. We're supposed to be pros, here. I've thrown in the towel, once or twice. Shown up late, too. But to lay there in bed and say "I can't take this I'm not going in" is a slippery slope.
/sage, the professor has spoken..
deebocools wrote:sometimes I don't drink too much and I'm not okay. Then I wish I had drunk more.
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