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    (Original post by juicyfruit)
    Ahh lovely, sounds just right. I was sick when I got in last night, then twice this morning :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :o:
    Just drink plenty of water (obv. not too much that you overload your body) and eat light, ie toast, crackers (dries up the alcohol). When I have been sick in the past and given orange juice, that has made me throw up.

    You should feel alright in a few hours.

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    (Original post by DancinBallerina)
    Just drink plenty of water (obv. not too much that you overload your body) and eat light, ie toast, crackers (dries up the alcohol). When I have been sick in the past and given orange juice, that has made me throw up.

    You should feel alright in a few hours.

    Thank you
    Starting to feel a bit better already, and yes the orange juice made me throw up straight away too! :o:
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    (Original post by juicyfruit)
    It was, just found out :rolleyes: :o:
    No, I didn't know you could get any. What did you have?
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    No, I didn't know you could get any. What did you have?
    Not totally sure, but I think it was a supermarket's own brand or something along those lines :yes:
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    Champagne? Sweet? I feel sick. Are you sure it wasn't just sparklling wine with sugar? :awesome:
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    There's nothing worse than bad champagne! It has to be good champagne or nothing. You'd be better off with a decent bottle of normal wine.
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    (Original post by whitepearlbaby)
    Champagne? Sweet? I feel sick. Are you sure it wasn't just sparklling wine with sugar? :awesome:
    Tasted like it
 
 
 
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