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post #171 of 179 (permalink) Old 11-24-2011, 06:54 PM
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Whenever I know I'm gonna feel sick in the morning I also just do the classic finger down the throat. You will feel SO much better in the morning.
Amen. Have done this trick many a times
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learn to drink like an adult and then you can make decisions about how or whether your drinking will affect you tomorow.

if you are hungover to ride sweet stay at home. i drank last night too but i got this bitch.

so many people after the age of college continue to drink like children. if you are of young irresponsible age looking for a hangover/riding solution, grow the fuck up!

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Telling 'young irresponsible age'd people to grow up...

Young-ins will be Young-ins and theres nothing you can do. But even the best of us can use a good hangover solution. To be honest it helps even if you are just drunk and not wasted. P.s. vomitting isnt the best solution, specially if you do it constantly. Stuffs up your throat and the valve which stops bile going back up your throat if you do it too often.
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Telling 'young irresponsible age'd people to grow up...

Young-ins will be Young-ins and theres nothing you can do. But even the best of us can use a good hangover solution. To be honest it helps even if you are just drunk and not wasted. P.s. vomitting isnt the best solution, specially if you do it constantly. Stuffs up your throat and the valve which stops bile going back up your throat if you do it too often.
not saying i never drank too much, but when i was of the age to act like that, i also had surfing at dawn on my mind.

when you are drunk, water is your friend, not me.

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Love getting stoopid faced. But I don't when I know I want to get a good day in. If you cant control your drinking youre a newb.
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Ok, sometimes after an awesome day of riding I will hit the town, and next thing leads to next, and I'm bloody shit-faced. Too late to take things back at that stage. Then, the suffering begins the next day as the hangover kicks my balance completely off. I ride a few feet, BAM, catch an edge. Get up, fall down, roll a few feet, throw up. Not necessarily in that order either. Now, the smartest thing to do would be not to drink in the first place before a planned day of riding. But, damage being done, would you just have another drink to "re-equaliberize" or just stick to some green runs and horrify the children with your amazing technicolour yarns
Lol, my trick on the odd occasion when this happens is to get baked out of my mind. This always works to soothe any headaches and or/tummy churning=ness. Your mind is pissed off when you get drunk so it's gonna make you feel the pain. You broke your brains leg so to speak, so try to relax the muscles in your head.

Option B(Don't get trashed the night before) Not that I'm not guilty of this, but what's honestly better, your worst day of riding or your best night getting hammered? For me, no amount of alky filled fun is gonna replace the shredding. Sometimes it's good for progression to not be your best mentally too, so who knows. Being hungover I'd do something most would probably dread. Go out of bounds and climb to some bowl on the outside of the resort. Go for a long hike up a mountain in waist deep pow and you'll burn away all that 'crappy' feeling that comes with being hungover. Of-course the start of your hike is gonna be hell on wheels... This is kinda similar to the treatment for flu... Go running till ya puke. Get all the crappiness out of ya.

Lastly, if you know you're going boarding the next morning, let your buddies get hammered and you can enjoy yourself watching them make fools of themselves the next day while you're living it up. All about perspective. Don't give into peer pressure and the next day your buddies will be wondering why they didn't have enough sense to prepare for 8 hours of on the hill mayhem. Oh-yeah, not too mention the hangover not being the worst part about not preparing. Lets talk about all those extra bumps and bruises you get from having part of your balance available. So, you get to spend the day after riding in pain... Maybe read this paragraph the night before you might wanna get tanked, lol. Cause it sounds like you feel you know better but lose control and just do it anyways. Decide to huck yourself off a bigger cliff instead?

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Man, I remember one night before opening day my co-workers had an early Christmas party. They had all sorts of things including Jello shooters, and that was the first time I ever even knew alcohol and jello was possible. I kept "eating and eating" thinking they wouldn't do shit, boy was I wrong! I was so sick the next day I couldn't make the hill.. spewing cherry gelatin all over the toilet. Looked like a murder scene. UG.

I have no idea how or why you guys would even ride if you are that sick, it's like torture.

Hang overs and boarding not worth it for me. Well being an alcoholic doesn't help either. 4 years without a drink now. I do miss having a few beer between runs, it made the falls a bit less painful. Ah well, at least I can still ride!
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The first time i drank before snowboarding I blacked out woke up beside my table in my pants and jacket with the punisher playing on netflix. Luckily i havent had a hangover to date. Tip from my friends is to eat the ice out of mixed drinks.
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