(Not that anyone reading or writing would know about that.)
But I digress. The pill is called Blowfish, and creator Brenna Haysom promises that it’ll kick nagging hangover pains — headache, upset stomach — in 15 to 30 minutes.
According to the The New York Daily News, Blowfish tablets consist of 1,000 milligrams of aspirin, 120 milligrams of caffeine and a stomach-soothing agent split up into two tablets designed for consumption the morning after a night of heavy drinking.
Here are a few other holiday party-related gems — coincidentally, they’re a perfect fit for Monday:
More holiday-related news for your Monday:
• Ugly sweater parties: The origin of the season’s sarcastic trend (The Washington Post)
• How to not be “that guy/that girl” at this year’s holiday party (The Washington Post)
• How drunk can you get at your office holiday party? (Handy chart via Grubstreet)
• Simple tricks to save on your holiday party. (WTOP)
• FAA chief placed on leave after drunk driving arrest (The Washington Post)
• 8 Ferraris, Lamborghini, 2 Mercedes damaged in pricey pile-up (The Washington Post)
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