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25th May '16 12:31:31 AM Chabal2
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* ''{{Film/Heavyweights}}'': Despite the lack of booze, the morning after the kids' wild food-for-all is treated like this, with the counselor using a ''megaphone'' to wake the kids up (and hammer in the consequences of overindulgence).
16th May '16 10:00:37 PM WillBGood
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-->'''Jack:''' (''voiceover'') There was no time to explain the extrasensory qualities of a truly eye-popping hangover.''

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-->'''Jack:''' '''Jack:''' (''voiceover'') There was no time to explain the extrasensory qualities of a truly eye-popping hangover.''
14th May '16 5:14:20 PM kquinn0830
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* In ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'', everyone gets wasted on Tom's new concoction "Snake Juice" at the club, and are all horrifically hungover at work the next day ([[{{Badass}} except Ron).

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* In ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'', everyone gets wasted on Tom's new concoction "Snake Juice" at the club, and are all horrifically hungover at work the next day ([[{{Badass}} except Ron).Ron]]).
14th May '16 5:13:54 PM kquinn0830
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* In ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'', everyone gets wasted on Tom's new concoction "Snake Juice" at the club, and are all horrifically hungover at work the next day.

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* In ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'', everyone gets wasted on Tom's new concoction "Snake Juice" at the club, and are all horrifically hungover at work the next day.day ([[{{Badass}} except Ron).
26th Mar '16 1:30:45 PM LongTallShorty64
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* In ''DesigningWoman'', Mike is pained by every sound that's made after a crazy night of drinking. Every sound is heightened to comedic effect.
15th Dec '15 2:10:56 PM StFan
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->''Is it just me, or is that cockroach shuffling too loudly?''
->-- '''Kryten''', ''Series/RedDwarf'', "The Last Day"

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->''Is ->''"Is it just me, or is that cockroach shuffling too loudly?''
->--
loudly?"''
-->--
'''Kryten''', ''Series/RedDwarf'', "The Last Day"



While all this is going on, it's very likely that the character's friend is fixing a HideousHangoverCure, and perhaps even pepping them up to return to a state of normality and ambition. And it doesn't usually work - but without another character to trigger them off, we might never see their sensitivity.

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While all this is going on, it's very likely that the character's friend is fixing a HideousHangoverCure, and perhaps even pepping them up to return to a state of normality and ambition. And it doesn't usually work - -- but without another character to trigger them off, we might never see their sensitivity.






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* Rin from ''{{Anime/Mnemosyne}}'' starts every episode but 5 waking up with a hangover induced headache, and a little [[HairOfTheDog "Russian Water"]] to fix it.

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* Rin from ''{{Anime/Mnemosyne}}'' ''Anime/{{Mnemosyne}}'' starts every episode but 5 five waking up with a hangover induced headache, and a little [[HairOfTheDog "Russian Water"]] to fix it.



** The Roman legionnaries suffered from this, too. Which was a shame, for them, considering the loud yelling of their [[DrillSergeantNasty centurion...]]

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** The Roman legionnaries suffered suffer from this, too. Which was is a shame, for them, considering the loud yelling of their [[DrillSergeantNasty centurion...]]



** ''Asterix and the Laurel Wreath'': Metatarsus constantly suffered from this, until Asterix and Obelix managed to cook up a HideousHangoverCure.
* In one ''ComicBook/{{Nemi}}'' comic Nemi is so hungover that the sound of birds' feathers brushing together leaves her in agony.

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** ''Asterix and the Laurel Wreath'': Metatarsus constantly suffered suffers from this, until Asterix and Obelix managed manage to cook up a HideousHangoverCure.
* In one ''ComicBook/{{Nemi}}'' comic Nemi is so hungover that the sound of birds' feathers brushing together leaves her in agony.
HideousHangoverCure.



-->'''Leslie:''' Turn off the light!!
-->'''Roommate:''' That's the sun!

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-->'''Leslie:''' Turn off the light!!
-->'''Roommate:'''
light!!\\
'''Roommate:'''
That's the sun!



[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* In one ''ComicStrip/{{Nemi}}'' comic, Nemi is so hungover that the sound of birds' feathers brushing together leaves her in agony.
* ''ComicStrip/HagarTheHorrible'':
** Combined in one comic with BreakingTheFourthWall: The narrator wonders where the noise comes from and concludes that someone must've turned the last page too loudly.
** In one strip we see Hägar in the first panel covering his ears as large "BAM BAM BAM" sounds appear around him, and he painedly asks if it can't be done a bit more quietly. The next panel then zooms out to reveal his wife, Helga, knocking open a soft-boiled egg with a teaspoon, creating tiny little "tok tok tok" noises, and replying frostily, "Seems like you had a really good time last night..."
* A ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' strip has Garfield on the morning after New Year's Eve, all we see of him is a crumpled party hat and an arm sweeping around the table, looking for coffee. Jon conversationally says "Good morning", to which Garfield replies "Not so louuuuuuuud....."
* A New Year's Day ''ComicStrip/RickOShay'' strip depicts a hungover Hipshot complaining that his cat is stomping around too loudly.
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfic "A Night (to Try)to Remember", Applejack's hangover makes her sensitive to sound; when Fluttershy first speaks to her, Applejack thinks she's screaming, and when Fluttershy's decibel level plunges to inaudible for Big Macintosh, Applejack can still hear her. Big Macintosh, for his part, uses this sensitivity to tease her. Pinkie Pie and Rainbow Dash are sensitive to light, though Pinkie's sensitivity seems to last far longer.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfic "A Night (to Try)to Try) to Remember", Applejack's hangover makes her sensitive to sound; when Fluttershy first speaks to her, Applejack thinks she's screaming, and when Fluttershy's decibel level plunges to inaudible for Big Macintosh, Applejack can still hear her. Big Macintosh, for his part, uses this sensitivity to tease her. Pinkie Pie and Rainbow Dash are sensitive to light, though Pinkie's sensitivity seems to last far longer.



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* ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado''. Tulio and Miguel wake up after a night of partying with killer hangovers, complete with sensitivity to light.
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]



* Film/SherlockHolmes reacted to Watson opening up those windows after a long time without a case.
* At the [[StarTrekNemesis Riker-Troi wedding,]] Worf spends the whole time nursing a hangover.
--> '''Worf:''' Romulan ale should be illegal...\\

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* Film/SherlockHolmes reacted reacts to Watson opening up those windows after a long time without a case.
* ''Franchise/StarTrek'':
** ''Film/StarTrekNemesis'':
At the [[StarTrekNemesis Riker-Troi wedding,]] wedding, Worf spends the whole time nursing a hangover.
--> '''Worf:''' --->'''Worf:''' Romulan ale should be illegal...\\



** What's interesting, though, is that this usually happens to whoever is drinking with a Klingon, as [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Chief O'Brien]] found out. Apparently, TheWorfEffect doesn't just apply to hostile aliens.
* In ''Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry'', after the disastrous state dinner with the Klingon dignitaries involving the previously mentioned Romulan Ale (which was indeed illegal at the time), all the senior staff were nursing hangovers. [=McCoy=] sought solace in a pot of black coffee, Kirk went straight to bed, poor Chekhov had bridge duty, and Spock seemed completely unfazed. And then an anomalous sensor reading piques Spock's interest...
-->'''Kirk''': Chekhov, do you know anything about a neutron radiation surge?\\
'''Chekhov''': (Leaning his head into his hand) Only the size of my head...
* In Creator/CharlieChaplin's ''Film/TheCure'', Charlie's an alcoholic drying out at a health spa. His substantial cache of liquor is dumped out--right into the communal mineral water well. Everyone at the spa wakes up the next morning with a hangover, following the wild party.

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** What's interesting, though, is that this usually happens to whoever is drinking with a Klingon, as [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Chief O'Brien]] found out. Apparently, TheWorfEffect doesn't just apply to hostile aliens.
*
In ''Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry'', after the disastrous state dinner with the Klingon dignitaries involving the previously mentioned Romulan Ale (which was is indeed illegal at the time), all the senior staff were are nursing hangovers. [=McCoy=] sought seeks solace in a pot of black coffee, Kirk went goes straight to bed, poor Chekhov had has bridge duty, and Spock seemed seems completely unfazed. And then an anomalous sensor reading piques Spock's interest...
-->'''Kirk''': --->'''Kirk:''' Chekhov, do you know anything about a neutron radiation surge?\\
'''Chekhov''': (Leaning '''Chekhov:''' (''leaning his head into his hand) hand'') Only the size of my head...
* In Creator/CharlieChaplin's ''Film/TheCure'', Charlie's an alcoholic drying out at a health spa. His substantial cache of liquor is dumped out--right out -- right into the communal mineral water well. Everyone at the spa wakes up the next morning with a hangover, following the wild party.



-->...my ears might fall off. You'll find evidence of the debacle in my lounge - a case lot of empty magnums. Remove them - quietly - for Heaven's sake don't bang one against another; I can hear an ant stomp this morning.

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-->...-->'''Joan:''' ...my ears might fall off. You'll find evidence of the debacle in my lounge - -- a case lot of empty magnums. Remove them - -- quietly - -- for Heaven's sake don't bang one against another; I can hear an ant stomp this morning.



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* Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': Interestingly enough, this usually happens to whoever is drinking with a Klingon, as Chief O'Brien found out. Apparently, TheWorfEffect doesn't just apply to hostile aliens.



--->'''Reid''': ''(cheering as loud as possible)'' A couple of hours. ''A couple of hours!'' You guys didn't come home until sunrise!
--->''(cue DeathGlare from the girls)''
--->'''JJ''': ''(deadpan)'' Why are you yelling?
--->'''Prentiss''': ''(deadpan)'' Make him stop.
--->'''Morgan''': What did you guys drink last night?
--->'''Garcia''': The Green Fairy. You're in the FBI, could you get the entire crowd to ''stop cheering''?
--->''(cue amused look from Morgan)''

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--->'''Reid''': ''(cheering --->'''Reid:''' (''cheering as loud as possible)'' possible'') A couple of hours. ''A couple of hours!'' You guys didn't come home until sunrise!
--->''(cue
sunrise!\\
(''cue
DeathGlare from the girls)''
--->'''JJ''': ''(deadpan)''
girls'')\\
'''JJ:''' (''deadpan'')
Why are you yelling?
--->'''Prentiss''': ''(deadpan)''
yelling?\\
'''Prentiss:''' (''deadpan'')
Make him stop.
--->'''Morgan''':
stop.\\
'''Morgan:'''
What did you guys drink last night?
--->'''Garcia''':
night?\\
'''Garcia:'''
The Green Fairy. You're in the FBI, could you get the entire crowd to ''stop cheering''?
--->''(cue
cheering''?\\
(''cue
amused look from Morgan)''Morgan'')



* An episode of ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' had Lois react this way when Clark opened the curtains after a party the night before.
* Once on ''JustShootMe'', Maya wakes up from a fashion party with a hangover and arrives to work wearing dark sunglasses and shushing anyone speaking louder than a whisper. Enter Nina (for whom hangovers are a natural state of being) in identical glasses, and the two start shushing each other.
* Charlie from ''TwoAndAHalfMen'', being the self-professed womanizing boozehound that he is, often wakes up hungover, which provides lots of fun for others, particularly his ServileSnarker housemaid Bertha.
* ''AshesToAshes'': Alex Drake drinks ''a lot'', bordering on LadyDrunk, but her "oh God, who turned on the sun?" reaction in 1.03 (after mixing champagne with red wine and sleeping with a Thatcherite Wanker with braces) is hysterical.

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* An episode of ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' had has Lois react this way when Clark opened opens the curtains after a party the night before.
* Once on ''JustShootMe'', ''Series/JustShootMe'', Maya wakes up from a fashion party with a hangover and arrives to work wearing dark sunglasses and shushing anyone speaking louder than a whisper. Enter Nina (for whom hangovers are a natural state of being) in identical glasses, and the two start shushing each other.
* Charlie from ''TwoAndAHalfMen'', ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'', being the self-professed womanizing boozehound that he is, often wakes up hungover, which provides lots of fun for others, particularly his ServileSnarker housemaid Bertha.
* ''AshesToAshes'': ''Series/AshesToAshes'': Alex Drake drinks ''a lot'', bordering on LadyDrunk, but her "oh God, who turned on the sun?" reaction in 1.03 (after mixing champagne with red wine and sleeping with a Thatcherite Wanker with braces) is hysterical.



'''Josh:''' ''[under his breath]'' Not even listening to you now.\\

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'''Josh:''' ''[under (''under his breath]'' breath'') Not even listening to you now.\\



'''Josh:''' Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. ''[collapses onto his desk]''

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'''Josh:''' Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. ''[collapses (''collapses onto his desk]''desk'')



* Hawkeye and the other doctors were frequently shown in this state in the earlier, wackier seasons of ''Series/{{Mash}}''.
-->'''Hawkeye''': ''(sleepy tone of voice)'' Trapper? Trapper?
-->'''Trapper''': I'm not gonna talk until you stop screaming.
-->'''Hawkeye''': I'm sorry. I'll be better after I shave my tongue.

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* Hawkeye and the other doctors were frequently shown in this state in the earlier, wackier seasons of ''Series/{{Mash}}''.
-->'''Hawkeye''': ''(sleepy
''Series/{{MASH}}''
-->'''Hawkeye:''' (''sleepy
tone of voice)'' voice'') Trapper? Trapper?
-->'''Trapper''':
Trapper?\\
'''Trapper:'''
I'm not gonna talk until you stop screaming.
-->'''Hawkeye''':
screaming.\\
'''Hawkeye:'''
I'm sorry. I'll be better after I shave my tongue.



-->'''Tina:''' I need to close my locker and it's gonna sound like a gunshot.
-->'''Mercedes:''' I have had the worst hangover since Saturday, and it's Monday.
-->'''Santana:''' I've been dry heaving all weekend. When my mother asked what the sound was, I said I was practicing bird calls.
-->'''Mike:''' Hey guys. I can't stop barfing.
-->'''Tina:''' Please don't say barf.
-->'''Santana:''' I caught a whiff of hairspray and went ''full'' [[Film/TheExorcist Linda Blair]] in the girls' bathroom.
-->'''Mike:''' I told my mom I had the flu, and she made me a traditional tea made out of panda hair.
-->'''Tina:''' Can we talk about anything else?

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-->'''Tina:''' I need to close my locker and it's gonna sound like a gunshot.
-->'''Mercedes:'''
gunshot.\\
'''Mercedes:'''
I have had the worst hangover since Saturday, and it's Monday.
-->'''Santana:'''
Monday.\\
'''Santana:'''
I've been dry heaving all weekend. When my mother asked what the sound was, I said I was practicing bird calls.
-->'''Mike:'''
calls.\\
'''Mike:'''
Hey guys. I can't stop barfing.
-->'''Tina:'''
barfing.\\
'''Tina:'''
Please don't say barf.
-->'''Santana:'''
barf.\\
'''Santana:'''
I caught a whiff of hairspray and went ''full'' [[Film/TheExorcist Linda Blair]] in the girls' bathroom.
-->'''Mike:'''
bathroom.\\
'''Mike:'''
I told my mom I had the flu, and she made me a traditional tea made out of panda hair.
-->'''Tina:'''
hair.\\
'''Tina:'''
Can we talk about anything else?



** Future!Ted wistfully lampshades this trope in "Murtaugh" by comparing the gang's reactions to a night of hard partying when they were twenty four to when they were thirty. This trope hits them much harder in the latter example.

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** Future!Ted Future Ted wistfully lampshades this trope in "Murtaugh" by comparing the gang's reactions to a night of hard partying when they were twenty four to when they were thirty. This trope hits them much harder in the latter example.



* In BBC's ''Series/{{Merlin}}'' the third episode of season 3 has Gaius (who at this time is a Goblin) do this.

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* In BBC's ''Series/{{Merlin}}'' ''Series/{{Merlin|2008}}'', the third episode of season 3 has Gaius (who at this time is a Goblin) do this.



* The ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}'' once tested various hangover cures. Kari, who got out of it because she was [[OneDrinkWillKillTheBaby pregnant]], had ''far'' too much fun tormenting Tory and Grant.
* The infamous Globelink Christmas Party in ''DropTheDeadDonkey'' was like this for George, Henry and Dave. It was worsened by the antics of a totally sober and vindictive Damien Day (who came armed with bacon sandwiches and bellowed greetings).

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* The ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}'' ''Series/MythBusters'' once tested various hangover cures. Kari, who got out of it because she was [[OneDrinkWillKillTheBaby pregnant]], had ''far'' too much fun tormenting Tory and Grant.
* The infamous Globelink Christmas Party in ''DropTheDeadDonkey'' ''Series/DropTheDeadDonkey'' was like this for George, Henry and Dave. It was worsened by the antics of a totally sober and vindictive Damien Day (who came armed with bacon sandwiches and bellowed greetings).



* Detective Murdoch of ''Series/MurdochMysteries'' rarely drinks. In "Green Muse", he drank a bottle of Absinthe with Dr. Ogden to find out how it affects people and if the victim could be disoriented. The next day is ''hard'' for him.

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* ''Series/MurdochMysteries'':
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Detective Murdoch of ''Series/MurdochMysteries'' rarely drinks. In "Green Muse", he drank a bottle of Absinthe with Dr. Ogden to find out how it affects people and if the victim could be disoriented. The next day is ''hard'' for him.him.
** After a night of drinking (with Annie Oakley), Inspector Brackenreid ends up hungover. Murdoch seems to be subtly disapproving, the way he's talking a bit louder than usual or slamming the door, to Brackenreid's pain. But as Murdoch earlier got the blame from Mrs. Brackenreid for Brackenreid's drinking (he left his scotch in Murdoch's drawer because his wife knew his hiding places), it's justified payback.



* In the ZZTop song "Cheap Sunglasses," this is the reason the narrator is wearing the titular sunglasses.

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* In the ZZTop Music/ZZTop song "Cheap Sunglasses," Sunglasses", this is the reason the narrator is wearing the titular sunglasses.
title sunglasses.



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* ''ComicStrip/HagarTheHorrible'':
** Combined in one comic with BreakingTheFourthWall: The narrator wonders where the noise comes from and concludes that someone must've turned the last page too loudly.
** In one strip we see Hagar in the first panel covering his ears as large 'BAM BAM BAM' sounds appear around him, and he painedly asks if it can't be done a bit more quietly. The next panel then zooms out to reveal his wife, Helga, knocking open a soft-boiled egg with a teaspoon, creating tiny little 'tok tok tok' noises, and replying frostily, "Seems like you had a really good time last night..."
* A ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' strip has Garfield on the morning after New Year's Eve, all we see of him is a crumpled party hat and an arm sweeping around the table, looking for coffee. Jon conversationally says "Good morning", to which Garfield replies "Not so louuuuuuuud....."
* A New Year's Day ''ComicStrip/RickOShay'' strip depicts a hungover Hipshot complaining that his cat is stomping around too loudly.
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[[folder:Web Original/Web Comics]]
* One demotivational poster addresses this with a quote "some mornings, even a cat standing still is too loud."
* In ''WebComic/{{SSDD}}'' Norman thinks a bird is singing too loud, [[http://www.poisonedminds.com/d/20031229.html so he fires a shotgun at it...]] And then realizes the blast is even worse.

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* One demotivational poster addresses this with a quote "some mornings, even a cat standing still is too loud."
*
In ''WebComic/{{SSDD}}'' ''Webcomic/{{SSDD}}'' Norman thinks a bird is singing too loud, [[http://www.poisonedminds.com/d/20031229.html so he fires a shotgun at it...]] And then realizes the blast is even worse.



-->[[TheSmartGirl Sal]]: Why do you keep doing this? [[WhatHaveIDone Why do ''I'']] keep doing this?
-->[[SixthRanger Leeroy]]: Am I [[DrinkingContest indoctrinated]] yet? *Bleeh*

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-->[[TheSmartGirl Sal]]: -->'''[[TheSmartGirl Sal]]:''' Why do you keep doing this? [[WhatHaveIDone Why do ''I'']] keep doing this?
-->[[SixthRanger Leeroy]]:
this?\\
'''[[SixthRanger Leeroy]]:'''
Am I [[DrinkingContest indoctrinated]] yet? *Bleeh*



* In episode 5 of ''Podcast/BlackJackJustice'', Jack manages to hear the elevator at the far end of the hall from his office as it opens.
-->'''Trixie:''' Elevator? Down the hall? You can hear that?
-->'''Jack:''' Today, I can.
-->'''''Jack (voiceover):''' There was no time to explain the extrasensory qualities of a truly eye-popping hangover.''



[[folder:Web Original]]
* One demotivational poster addresses this with a quote "some mornings, even a cat standing still is too loud."
* In episode 5 of ''Podcast/BlackJackJustice'', Jack manages to hear the elevator at the far end of the hall from his office as it opens.
-->'''Trixie:''' Elevator? Down the hall? You can hear that?\\
'''Jack:''' Today, I can.\\
-->'''Jack:''' (''voiceover'') There was no time to explain the extrasensory qualities of a truly eye-popping hangover.''
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* ''TheRoadToElDorado''. Tulio and Miguel wake up after a night of partying with killer hangovers, complete with sensitivity to light.



* Shows up all over on ''{{Archer}}'' - Pam's often seen drinking a 40 after a night of partying, and Lana wears dark glasses into work after nights of heavy boozing. The only one who's not seen with hangovers is Archer... likely because he's perpetually drinking.
--> ''I'm afraid if I stop drinking all at once, the collective hangover would literally kill me.''

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* Shows up all over on ''{{Archer}}'' - ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}''. Pam's often seen drinking a 40 after a night of partying, and Lana wears dark glasses into work after nights of heavy boozing. The only one who's not seen with hangovers is Archer... likely because he's perpetually drinking.
--> ''I'm -->'''Archer:''' I'm afraid if I stop drinking all at once, the collective hangover would literally kill me.''



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* ''Film/TheHungerGames'': When Katniss and Peeta meet Haymitch for the first time, he's more interested in continuing his drinking than giving advice, to the point of going back to his room.
25th Nov '15 8:14:11 AM Chabal2
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* ''ComicBook/BuckGodotZapGunForHire'': Hive-mind bounty hunter Psmith drinks and passes out in [[WretchedHive Asteroid Al's bar]], with every other member of the hive-mind being similarly affected (to the point where they think the original one is dead because they're no longer receiving signals from him, and also pass out themselves); when the original is finally isolated in a psionic-proof chamber, they all wake up with roaring hangovers (even the light 'ssssshhhh' of a hover-tray being sent into the room with a hangover-cure causes groans of pain) and villain Grispfat's annoying attempt to Chessmaster them at that point results in [[spoiler: him being disintegrated]].

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* ''ComicBook/BuckGodotZapGunForHire'': Hive-mind bounty hunter Psmith drinks and passes out in [[WretchedHive Asteroid Al's bar]], with every other member of the hive-mind being similarly affected (to the point where they think the original one is dead because they're no longer receiving signals from him, and also pass out themselves); when the original is finally isolated in a psionic-proof chamber, they all wake up with roaring hangovers (even the light 'ssssshhhh' of a hover-tray being sent into the room with a hangover-cure causes groans of pain) and villain Grispfat's annoying attempt to Chessmaster them at that point results in [[spoiler: him being disintegrated]]. When the heroes bring in a actual hangover cure, they drink it [[SuicideAsComedy in the hopes that it's poison.]]
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* Combined in one ''HagarTheHorrible'' comic with BreakingTheFourthWall: The narrator wonders where the noise comes from and concludes that someone must've turned the last page too loudly.
** There was also one strip where we see him, in the first panel covering his ears as large 'BAM BAM BAM' sounds appear around him, and he painedly asks if it can't be done a bit more quietly. The next panel then zooms out to reveal his wife, Helga, knocking open a soft-boiled egg with a teaspoon, creating tiny little 'tok tok tok' noises, and replying frostily, "Seems like you had a really good time last night..."
* A ''{{Garfield}}'' strip has Garfield on the morning after New Year's Eve, all we see of him is a crumpled party hat and an arm sweeping around the table, looking for coffee. Jon conversationally says "Good morning", to which Garfield replies "Not so louuuuuuuud....."

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* ''ComicStrip/HagarTheHorrible'':
**
Combined in one ''HagarTheHorrible'' comic with BreakingTheFourthWall: The narrator wonders where the noise comes from and concludes that someone must've turned the last page too loudly.
** There was also In one strip where we see him, Hagar in the first panel covering his ears as large 'BAM BAM BAM' sounds appear around him, and he painedly asks if it can't be done a bit more quietly. The next panel then zooms out to reveal his wife, Helga, knocking open a soft-boiled egg with a teaspoon, creating tiny little 'tok tok tok' noises, and replying frostily, "Seems like you had a really good time last night..."
* A ''{{Garfield}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' strip has Garfield on the morning after New Year's Eve, all we see of him is a crumpled party hat and an arm sweeping around the table, looking for coffee. Jon conversationally says "Good morning", to which Garfield replies "Not so louuuuuuuud.....""
* A New Year's Day ''ComicStrip/RickOShay'' strip depicts a hungover Hipshot complaining that his cat is stomping around too loudly.
18th Oct '15 2:06:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* In a 1958 romantic comedy named ''Teacher's Pet'', Gig Young undergoes this effect after a long night. As chimes in his house begin to go off, he takes special care to cease each of their individual motions.

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* In a 1958 romantic comedy named ''Teacher's Pet'', ''Film/TeachersPet'', Gig Young undergoes this effect after a long night. As chimes in his house begin to go off, he takes special care to cease each of their individual motions.



* In ''FiddlerOnTheRoof'', Tevye wakes up hung over, and is quite frustrated when his wife claps for joy on numerous occasions.
* In ''PillowTalk'', starring Rock Hudson and Doris Day, Rock Hudson wakes up to what he considers a particularly strong hangover. As his co-star Tony Randall dials a telephone, he protests 'Not so loud!'

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* In ''FiddlerOnTheRoof'', ''Film/FiddlerOnTheRoof'', Tevye wakes up hung over, and is quite frustrated when his wife claps for joy on numerous occasions.
* In ''PillowTalk'', ''Film/PillowTalk'', starring Rock Hudson and Doris Day, Rock Hudson wakes up to what he considers a particularly strong hangover. As his co-star Tony Randall dials a telephone, he protests 'Not so loud!'



* In the original version of ''TheNuttyProfessor'', after a night drinking as his alter-ego, the titular professor has to teach a class with a hangover. Several shots from his point of view feature very amplified sound effects.

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* In the original version of ''TheNuttyProfessor'', ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor'', after a night drinking as his alter-ego, the titular professor has to teach a class with a hangover. Several shots from his point of view feature very amplified sound effects.



* Seen in MrAndMrsSmith, where Jane gingerly removes her sunglasses indoors the morning after [[DrowningMySorrows drowning her sorrows]] over discovering her husband is (also) an assassin.

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* Seen in MrAndMrsSmith, ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith'', where Jane gingerly removes her sunglasses indoors the morning after [[DrowningMySorrows drowning her sorrows]] over discovering her husband is (also) an assassin.
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