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9th Jun '16 6:09:35 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''AChristmasStory'' On Christmas morning the Old Man is rubbing his head and grimacing as if he has a hangover. Apparently a morning bottle of wine is a Christmas tradition at Ralphie's house. After a glass of wine he is back to his usual self.

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* ''AChristmasStory'' ''Film/AChristmasStory'' On Christmas morning the Old Man is rubbing his head and grimacing as if he has a hangover. Apparently a morning bottle of wine is a Christmas tradition at Ralphie's house. After a glass of wine he is back to his usual self.
13th Jan '16 4:13:51 PM nombretomado
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* During a joint review of ''Anime/GarzeysWing'', one line of dialog is so mind-breakingly stupid that it kills [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]]. A less stupid line a moment later causes him to pop back to life. In response to his confusion, WebVideo/BennettTheSage responds "Hair of the dog?"

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* During a joint review of ''Anime/GarzeysWing'', one line of dialog is so mind-breakingly stupid that it kills [[TheSpoonyExperiment [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]]. A less stupid line a moment later causes him to pop back to life. In response to his confusion, WebVideo/BennettTheSage responds "Hair of the dog?"
27th Sep '15 12:03:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''AmericaTheBook'', the RNC schedule has a wake up call at 7:15 am and Hair of the Dog at 7:16 am (followed at 7:25 by "Adulterer Walk Of Shame").
* Appears more than twice in the {{Sten}} series, but in ''Vortex'', the [[TvTropesDrinkingGame eponymous]] hero is suffering from a Emperor-induced hangover. Kilgour apologizes that they haven't got the "hair of the dog" that bit him, since few outside of the Emperor's inner circle drink the rare and archaic Scotch.
* In ''AllTheKingsMen'', Willie Stark didn't drink until his first campaign for Governor. Then, one night, he drinks for the first time in his life. Suffering from the hangover of his life, Sadie Burke recommends the hair of the dog. He then delivers the speech of his life.

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* In ''AmericaTheBook'', ''Literature/AmericaTheBook'', the RNC schedule has a wake up call at 7:15 am and Hair of the Dog at 7:16 am (followed at 7:25 by "Adulterer Walk Of Shame").
* Appears more than twice in the {{Sten}} Literature/{{Sten}} series, but in ''Vortex'', the [[TvTropesDrinkingGame eponymous]] hero is suffering from a Emperor-induced hangover. Kilgour apologizes that they haven't got the "hair of the dog" that bit him, since few outside of the Emperor's inner circle drink the rare and archaic Scotch.
* In ''AllTheKingsMen'', ''Literature/AllTheKingsMen'', Willie Stark didn't drink until his first campaign for Governor. Then, one night, he drinks for the first time in his life. Suffering from the hangover of his life, Sadie Burke recommends the hair of the dog. He then delivers the speech of his life.



* HunterSThompson's [[AuthorAvatar alter ego]] Raoul Duke in ''Literature/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas'' claims to drink Bloody Marys in the morning for the "V8 nutritional content." We suspect that it's actually the vodka.
* In ''[[HeraldsOfValdemar Magic's Price]]'', protagonist Vanyel witnesses his two 'escorts' (read:jailers) attempting to sober up with {{Hideous Hangover Cure}}s, including a little more of what had caused their troubles the night before.

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* HunterSThompson's Creator/HunterSThompson's [[AuthorAvatar alter ego]] Raoul Duke in ''Literature/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas'' claims to drink Bloody Marys in the morning for the "V8 nutritional content." We suspect that it's actually the vodka.
* In ''[[HeraldsOfValdemar ''[[Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar Magic's Price]]'', protagonist Vanyel witnesses his two 'escorts' (read:jailers) attempting to sober up with {{Hideous Hangover Cure}}s, including a little more of what had caused their troubles the night before.



* In the musical ''{{Cabaret}}'' there is a scene with Cliff and Sally concocting a Hair of the Dog cocktail that includes a raw egg. When staged, if the audience can see that a real egg is used their response is often loud and visceral.

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* In the musical ''{{Cabaret}}'' ''Theatre/{{Cabaret}}'' there is a scene with Cliff and Sally concocting a Hair of the Dog cocktail that includes a raw egg. When staged, if the audience can see that a real egg is used their response is often loud and visceral.
22nd Jul '15 12:23:42 PM alatos
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* In ''Webcomic/StickInTheMud'' it's John's favorite cure for hangover.
7th Jun '15 6:23:44 PM Willbyr
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* {{Archer}} claims that he can never stop drinking because he is constantly drinking away the effects of his previous drinking, and if he quits cold turkey, the cumulative hangover will kill him.

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* {{Archer}} WesternAnimation/{{Archer}} claims that he can never stop drinking because he is constantly drinking away the effects of his previous drinking, and if he quits cold turkey, the cumulative hangover will kill him.



* During a joint review of ''Anime/GarzeysWing'', one line of dialog is so mind-breakingly stupid that it kills [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]]. A less stupid line a moment later causes him to pop back to life. In response to his confusion, BennettTheSage responds "Hair of the dog?"

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* During a joint review of ''Anime/GarzeysWing'', one line of dialog is so mind-breakingly stupid that it kills [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]]. A less stupid line a moment later causes him to pop back to life. In response to his confusion, BennettTheSage WebVideo/BennettTheSage responds "Hair of the dog?"


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14th May '15 4:37:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* During a joint review of ''GarzeysWing'', one line of dialog is so mind-breakingly stupid that it kills [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]]. A less stupid line a moment later causes him to pop back to life. In response to his confusion, BennettTheSage responds "Hair of the dog?"

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* During a joint review of ''GarzeysWing'', ''Anime/GarzeysWing'', one line of dialog is so mind-breakingly stupid that it kills [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]]. A less stupid line a moment later causes him to pop back to life. In response to his confusion, BennettTheSage responds "Hair of the dog?"
27th Apr '15 5:57:58 PM WillKeaton
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-->-- '''F. A. Hayek''', "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0nERTFo-Sk Fear the Boom and Bust]]"

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-->-- '''F. A. Hayek''', "[[http://www.[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0nERTFo-Sk Fear "Fear the Boom and Bust]]"
Bust"]]
18th Apr '15 8:17:47 PM nombretomado
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* Spike in ''CowboyBebop'' adds gin to his HideousHangoverCure.

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* Spike in ''CowboyBebop'' ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' adds gin to his HideousHangoverCure.
18th Apr '15 3:05:41 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The page quote comes from EconStories video [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0nERTFo-Sk Fear the Boom and Bust]] where F.A. Hayek likens the Keynesian model to irresponsible overindulgence. Keynes is hung over in bed at this point after a night of partying and bragging about his approach.

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* The page quote comes from EconStories Website/EconStories video [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0nERTFo-Sk Fear the Boom and Bust]] where F.A. Hayek likens the Keynesian model to irresponsible overindulgence. Keynes is hung over in bed at this point after a night of partying and bragging about his approach.
23rd Mar '15 9:47:46 PM nombretomado
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* HunterSThompson's [[AuthorAvatar alter ego]] Raoul Duke in ''FearAndLoathingInLasVegas'' claims to drink Bloody Marys in the morning for the "V8 nutritional content." We suspect that it's actually the vodka.

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* HunterSThompson's [[AuthorAvatar alter ego]] Raoul Duke in ''FearAndLoathingInLasVegas'' ''Literature/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas'' claims to drink Bloody Marys in the morning for the "V8 nutritional content." We suspect that it's actually the vodka.
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