- adj. Suffering from a hangover
“The local kids we hire come in hungover, smoke pot AT WORK, and rarely come in on time.”
“I called his hungover ass at 8 o'clock this morning.”
“I’m still hungover from the last time I played the Bingham game ...”
“It is early morning here in Aussie and I’m hungover from the Flu so will make further comment when I feel a little better and up to it. on October 13, 2008 at 9: 28 am | Reply Bento #169 - soup and salad « Were rabbits”
“Personally, I’m a bit hungover from the football games yesterday, and a cheeseburger would not be the most appetizing thing for my stomach!”
“Thousands of people will have called in sick (hungover, that is) for work on Monday morning.”
“The only time I ignore this concern and indulge myself is when I'm hungover, which is what I was on this fateful day a couple years ago.”
“Vladimir Girshkin suffers restlessness in varying degrees throughout the novel, except when he's hungover, which is frequently in the last half of the book.”
“If JUSTICE STEVENS was in charge of distributing the court's water carafes during deliberations, I can almost personally guarantee the "hungover" part.”
“The more you dive in and embrace and accept that you are just beginning on your career path, the less "hungover" you will feel.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘hungover’.
Unwell, intoxicated, or whatever.
is what I am?
Looking for tweets for hungover.