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hangover reflections
Hang Over Reflections Last night a Korean friend from Virginia came for a two week visit He brought with him a 30-year Bottle of Ballentine whiskey. Of course, we must drink it and then we must drink some soju well this morning I woke up with a hangover And thought about the contributions to world culture that Koreans have made. The perfect Korean hangover cure And of course, this morning I am in the middle of taking the cure The cure consists of Lots of coffee Liquid Korean hangover medicine from the local convenience store or drug store Hangjanggu soup A walk Spending some time In the sauna soaking and sweating it out Then Later following Mark Twain sage advice that the only known cure for hangover is to keep drinking. That is the Korean Hangover cure And it works I had my first hangover at 16 when I was an exchange student for two weeks at a Navaho boarding school. Went out and got rip roaring drunk with the Indians They gave me an Indian name “Ski dish Digest “which means “Crazy friend” And I have now had Almost 45 years’ worth of experience dealing with hangovers a hangover is god’s punishment for drinkers Today I wrote down the following hangover poem which I will share, and I would love to hear your Hangover stories please post them below and I will share them Hangover reflections Hangover Gods Punishment For drinker A hangover is god’s punishment for drinkers Nothing more than that God’s way of punishing the drinker God’s punishment is severe for the sin of overdrinking Of course, the only known cure for a hangover is to keep drinking Very much need of a cure today Every day one has too much to drink resolve to quit drinking fill one’s head
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