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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    C'mon man! You practically live in K-town in LA!

    And apparently...you drink a lot? LOL

    You should practically be imbibing this stuff by the bucket.

    $25 AND UNDER; Korean Food That's a Cure for What Ails You - New York Times

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    And what about chicken and waffles? Isn't like LA, an epicenter of that venerable combination?

    Official Website -Roscoe's House of Chicken' n Waffles

    Otherwise, anything starchy, fattening, sugary, blah blah blah. Hangover brunch is an excellent way to bond with bleary eyed comrades.
    i've only been to the soul food joints in the yay. but yeah i hear there's some good ones around here... lol

    yeah im like 3 miles west of ktown. in miracle mile, right by the grove. but hung over, i have a 1 mile driving radius... lol


    btw, thanks for all the suggestions everyone! i'll make sure to get drunk enough to try all of them.... muHahahahahaA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 563 740 View Post
    You must see some reallll interesting folks at a 24 hour Carvel....
    Fixed!

    Was it at least in a downtown-y area or did it take a bit of commitment to get to?
    Oh no, it was way out. Northern Virginia way out. You need a car. And a hankering for food that is bad for you.

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    btw, thanks for all the suggestions everyone! i'll make sure to get drunk enough to try all of them.... muHahahahahaA!
    Hahahaha...uh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Oh no, it was way out. Northern Virginia way out. You need a car. And a hankering for food that is bad for you.
    Niiice. Ensures that only the committed weirdos interesting people show up at ungodly hours.
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    blah blah blah there is no hangover cure and im sure you know it, ironically if you were trying to seem cool like oh man i drink all the time in need a hangover cure LOLOLOL you just look like an idiot cos it makes you seem like youre new to drinking get a grip son

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Water.
    I was gonna say gatorade jello.
    I don't wanna!

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    Lots of water, self-loathing, a few cigarettes and a strong coffee. Forget food. Medical oxygen also seems to help.

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    I'm thinking, through further analysis, that a large coffee and a screwdriver is the way to go. Just one.

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    Less gin & tonic the night before. :ouch:

    Does anyone have problems adding coffee to a pissed off stomach the next morning? Doesn't seem like the acidity would be so goot...
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    *shrug* as long as I've been an adult, my stomach is basically invincible. I can eat a week-old chicken sandwich with habaneros no problemo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    *shrug* as long as I've been an adult, my stomach is basically invincible. I can eat a week-old chicken sandwich with habaneros no problemo.


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