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      Roddenberry
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #150: Jun 03, 2011 12:37:20 am
      Only six pages?  I've been in The Drunk Topic and this surely can't be right..... :P
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      Reply #151: Jul 15, 2011 11:06:38 pm
      A lot of action in the DRUNK topic tonight. Looking forward for this one tomorrow :D
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #152: Dec 02, 2011 06:15:12 pm
      Why can't they make a drink that gets you drunk but, doesn't give you a hangover? What the hell are all those scientists out there wasting all their time on?

      I feel like sh*t!
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      Reply #153: Dec 02, 2011 08:04:28 pm
      What the hell are all those scientists out there wasting all their time on?

       ;)


       
      Pointless research: top 10 Ig Nobel award winners for silly science
        As the government prepares to crack down on 'irrelevant' research, we look at some of the things we'll be losing, courtesy of the Ig Nobel awards.       Penguin pooing diagram. 10 of the strangest pieces of research, from the Ig Nobel awards height=288


          The government has unveiled plans to allocate research funding according to how much “impact” the research has.   The plans have come under fire from academics, who say that curiosity-driven, speculative research has led to some of the most important breakthroughs in scientific history, including penicillin, relativity theory and the theory of evolution.   More than that, though, it might bring an end to the quirky, sometimes daft, sometimes weirdly inspired research that brings harmless entertainment and occasional enlightenment to armchair boffins and science nerds everywhere.   Below, we take a look at a few of the best. We have selected our favourites from the winners of the splendid Ig Nobel Awards – take a look yourselves. The next award ceremony is in October.   Digital rectal massage is a cure for hiccups, winner, Medicine, 2006
       "Termination of Intractable Hiccups with Digital Rectal Massage", Annals of Emergency Medicine, August 1988 In our day we used to be told to drink a glass of water backwards. But research now suggests that, for intractable hiccups, a simple finger up the bottom can work wonders. As it can for so many things.
       It is not made clear whether or not the treatment should be administered unannounced for greatest effect.
       (We mock, but intractable hiccups can be a genuine problem for sufferers, and this treatment may be preferable to the powerful anti-spasmodics and other drugs that are often used.)
       Chinstrap penguins can squirt poo up to 40cm, winner, Fluid Dynamics, 2005
       "Pressures Produced When Penguins Pooh -- Calculations on Avian Defaecation", Polar Biology, 2003
       Rather sweetly, the researchers end their conclusions by saying: “Whether the bird deliberately chooses the direction into which it decides to expel its faeces or whether this depends on the direction from which the wind blows at the time of evacuation are questions that need to be addressed on another expedition to Antarctica.” No doubt governments will be falling over themselves to fund that trip.
       Ducks can be homosexual necrophiliacs too (winner, Biology, 2003)
       "The First Case of Homosexual Necrophilia in the Mallard Anas platyrhynchos (Aves: Anatidae)", Deinsea: Annual of the Natural History Museum Rotterdam, 2001.
       One of the greatest sentences in modern science writing: “Next to the obviously dead duck, another male mallard… mounted the corpse and started to copulate, with great force.” Take that, March Of The Penguins.
       Suicide rates are linked to the amount of country music played on the radio, winner, Medicine, 2004
       "The Effect of Country Music on Suicide", Social Forces, 1992
       If you knew there was something profoundly unacceptable about Billy Ray Cyrus, but you could never quite put your finger on what it was, here is your answer. The man makes people kill themselves.
       Dog fleas can jump higher than cat fleas, winner, Biology, 2008
       "A Comparison of Jump Performances of the Dog Flea, Ctenocephalides canis (Curtis, 1826) and the Cat Flea, Ctenocephalides felis felis (Bouche, 1835)," Veterinary Parasitology, 2000
       Presumably the research team set up some sort of tiny high-jump bar for the fleas to Fosbury-flop over. It’s not entirely pointless; knowing which that dog fleas jump higher tells you that buying a dog is more likely to lead to getting bitten yourself.
       Lap dancers get higher tips when they are ovulating, winner, Economics, 2008
       "Ovulatory Cycle Effects on Tip Earnings by Lap Dancers: Economic Evidence for Human Estrus?" Evolution and Human Behavior, 2007
       This research might be hard to put into practical use – unless you’re a lap dancer – but you imagine the (all male) research team put in an awful lot of field work.
       Rats can’t always tell the difference between Japanese spoken backwards and Dutch spoken backwards, winner, Linguistics, 2007
       "Effects of Backward Speech and Speaker Variability in Language Discrimination by Rats," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, vol. 31, no. 1, January 2005
       The Linguistics Ig Nobel winner in 2007. In fairness to the researchers, they were trying to find similarities between human infants and other mammals, in order to better determine the evolutionary origins of speech. But what they actually did was show the world that rats don’t speak backwards Japanese. A miss, really.
       You can extract vanilla flavouring from cow dung, winner, Chemistry, 2006
       "Novel Production Method for Plant Polyphenol from Livestock Excrement Using Subcritical Water Reaction," International Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2008
       Maybe you can, but would you eat it?
       (Note: a Massachusetts ice cream parlour introduced a new flavour in honour of this research, which was presented alongside the award. The ice cream was called "Yum-a-Moto Vanilla Twist", after the lead researcher Mayu Yamamoto)
       Why woodpeckers don’t get headaches – winner, Ornithology, 2006
       "Woodpeckers and Head Injury,", Lancet, 1976; "Cure for a Headache," Ivan R Schwab, British Journal of Ophthalmology, 2002
       It is pretty baffling, when you think about it. Woodpeckers headbutt trees for a living, experiencing impact deceleration of more than 1000 times the force of gravity. So how do they prevent catastrophic brain injury? The difference between ordinary people and good scientists is that where we just wonder, the scientist finds out.
       (The answer, if you were wondering, is: brain more tightly packed into the skull; a smooth brain surface to maximise impact surface area; and minimal side-to-side movement. So there you go.)
       Malaria mosquitoes are as attracted to limburger cheese as they are to human foot odour – winner, Biology, 2006
       "On Human Odour, Malaria Mosquitoes, and Limburger Cheese," The Lancet, 1996 (paper requires log-in)
       Next time you go to Africa, don’t bother with insect repellent or mosquito nets – just take a nice ripe limburger, leave it outside your tent, and presto! A bite-free night. (Note to readers: please do bother with insect repellent and mosquito nets.)

       

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/science-news/6223831/Pointless-research-top-10-Ig-Nobel-award-winners-for-silly-science.html
      bigvYNWA
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #154: Dec 09, 2011 09:13:44 pm
      I feel f**king terrible right now.

      Whats weird is, woke up feeling fairly okay. Sat and had another beer with some of the guys before i left. Now I'm home, head is beginning to pound, stomach turning. Fucks sake.

      Off to McDonalds then! :D
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #155: Dec 09, 2011 10:08:46 pm
      Finally got rid of my hangover today with a large Domino's really hit the spot ;D def recommend  ;) but not the drinking on a school night, longest day at work ever  :D
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #156: Dec 15, 2011 07:01:03 am
      Rough as a badgers arse this morning.

      This will be a long day.
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #157: Dec 15, 2011 07:03:13 am
      Was drinking wine until 3am this morning. Downed a whole bottle before i stopped. Killer hangover.

      Off to work in a couple minutes. Yay.
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #158: Dec 15, 2011 08:42:20 am
      Downed a whole bottle before i stopped. Killer hangover.

      Off to work in a couple minutes. Yay.
      Crouch you have got to stop drinking that lemonade,it's not good for you.
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #159: Dec 16, 2011 06:31:12 am
      Hungover today again.

      Why do I put myself through this.
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #160: Apr 03, 2012 12:22:00 pm
      Seriously hungover today. Think I'll be giving the outside world a miss today....urgh.
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #161: Apr 03, 2012 12:36:52 pm
      Seriously hungover today. Think I'll be giving the outside world a miss today....urgh.
      Good night was it Dave?
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #162: Apr 03, 2012 01:11:07 pm
      Was just at home digging through some music that I hadn't played for a while. Was great actually :)
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #163: Apr 03, 2012 02:46:24 pm
      Was just at home digging through some music that I hadn't played for a while. Was great actually :)
      Glad to hear it  :gt-happyup:
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      Reply #164: Apr 15, 2012 08:41:23 am
      Ouch Mr headache.... Piss off im giving you the tablets and coffee you are asking for....
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #165: Apr 15, 2012 01:10:02 pm
      Not too bad stopped drinking about 6.30, before all the trouble started, never seen any in town though, by concert square, all fans behaved incedibly well.
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #166: Apr 17, 2012 12:51:16 pm
      I've got a great one right now, really shouldn't have gone out last night when I should be studying for exams. So if anyone wats to take this hangover off of my hands for a few hours, it'd be greatly appreciated. :)
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #167: May 02, 2012 02:32:42 pm
      It's half two and this hangover is going nowhere!

      I've resorted to going on the cure but this can is killing me!
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      Reply #168: May 05, 2012 08:58:32 am
      I've fu**ed up big time. Got on it half 2 yesterday afternoon and stopped about half 1 in the morning.

      Rough as f**k with no babysitter on Cup Final day.

      Fucks sake.
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #169: May 06, 2012 12:22:34 pm
      Oh this is the worst ive had for some considerable time even worse than the pain of losing yesterday.
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      Reply #170: May 06, 2012 12:26:01 pm
      Oh this is the worst ive had for some considerable time even worse than the pain of losing yesterday.
      I feel your pain mate, just downed three raw eggs, milk and some sauce stuff  :P
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      Reply #171: May 06, 2012 12:30:48 pm
      I'm not three bad now tbh, still got 6 beers left from yesterday so may just have them as a hair of the dog whilst watching citeh beat newcastle and then hopefully watch 70,000 mancs leave the toilet early knowing that they've just thrown the title to citeh.

      That'd lift my mood today. ;)
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #172: May 06, 2012 03:17:18 pm
      Felt rough as f**k yesterday combined with the PMT.

      F***ing Jagermeister!
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      Reply #173: May 06, 2012 03:46:07 pm
      Felt rough as f**k yesterday combined with the PMT.

      F***ing Jagermeister!

      I quelled litres of that when I was in Gran Canaria. Pwoper. ;D
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      Reply #174: Oct 01, 2012 01:20:10 pm
      http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=The%20Fear

          The Fear   225 up, 82 down
      "The Fear" is the sense that you have done yourself some lasting damage after a night of drinking. It's symptoms are:

      - A feeling that you are going to die soon (and not just due to other hangover symptoms);
      - A sense that people or organizations are out to get you;
      - Angst that you may have offended, inappropriately touched or physically attacked someone the night before;
      - Foreboding about the next time you meet the people or return to the bar where you degraded yourself the previous night.

      The fear is often accompanied by "The Remorse" where you are also genuinely ashamed and sorry for the way you have behaved, as well as simply frightened for the sake of your own wellbeing.
      Concerned Friend: "How are you feeling after last night?"
      Sufferer: "I am riddled with The Fear. And cat AIDS."

      Ben Howard - The Fear

      Ian Brown - F.E.A.R.
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      Reply #175: Oct 02, 2012 12:56:45 am
      http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=The%20Fear

          The Fear   225 up, 82 down
      "The Fear" is the sense that you have done yourself some lasting damage after a night of drinking. It's symptoms are:

      - A feeling that you are going to die soon (and not just due to other hangover symptoms);
      - A sense that people or organizations are out to get you;
      - Angst that you may have offended, inappropriately touched or physically attacked someone the night before;
      - Foreboding about the next time you meet the people or return to the bar where you degraded yourself the previous night.

      The fear is often accompanied by "The Remorse" where you are also genuinely ashamed and sorry for the way you have behaved, as well as simply frightened for the sake of your own wellbeing.
      Concerned Friend: "How are you feeling after last night?"
      Sufferer: "I am riddled with The Fear. And cat AIDS."

      Ben Howard - The Fear

      Ian Brown - F.E.A.R.

      What is it called if this feeling is a worryingly regular occurrence? :D
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      Reply #176: Oct 02, 2012 07:54:22 am
      What is it called if this feeling is a worryingly regular occurrence? :D

      A good time.
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      Reply #177: Aug 23, 2014 10:17:11 pm
      Today has been horrendous. Top 5 I reckon.

      Started off at Midday yesterday at Hotel Indigo and finished off just after 4 am this morning. Mrs was out to work just after 8 so my little lad made sure there was no lie in.

      Off it forever.
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      Re: The HANGOVER topic
      Reply #178: Apr 27, 2015 07:10:34 am
      Hello there.

      Grr.
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