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Hangover is a terminology used to describe a terrible feeling the day after you drink a lot of alcohol. Symptoms usually include having a headache, feeling body aches, stomach aches, diarrhea, or being very thirsty.
If you want to express that you drank too much, you can do so by using this word.
To begin with, here are some questions:
'You drank quite a bit last night. Did you have a hangover?'
'How was your hangover this morning?'
'When was your worst hangover and how much did you drink the previous night?'
I have a friend who said this once. It was quite funny.
'I was still drunk when I woke up. I didn't get a hangover until three in the afternoon.'
Here are some statements about hangover:
'I bet you had a bad hangover this morning.'
'I am so hung over today.'
'Don't drink so much. You're going to have a bad hangover in the morning.'
'Remind me to drink some water before going to sleep. I don't want a hangover in the morning.'
'I get serious diarrhea when I drink a lot. On top of that, I get a nasty headache due to the hangover.'
'Hey Mike, I don't think I will make it to class today. I have a terrible hangover now.'
Drinking sometimes is fun, but do so responsibly. And if you are in the situation where you have a hangover, you can use some of these sentences to express your current state.