New Video: Everything You Don’t Want To Hear When You Show Up To Work Hungover

New Video: Everything You Don't Want To Hear When You Show Up To Work Hungover

How you deal with an earth-shattering hangover is directly correlated with how many years you’ve been alive. When I was an 18-year-old sprite with bright eyes and a bushy tail, I’d show up to my 15-hours-per-week graphic design gig at 8 a.m. after staying up until 4 o’clock in the morning playing Beerio Kart. Now? I allow myself about one intentional hangover per quarter, most of which are brought on by company sanctioned happy hours or bar crawls. Tough life, I know.

I’m not going to name any names, but I’m pretty sure our interns come in hungover more often than not. I don’t care because they get their shit done and I’m insanely jealous, but still, they probably have some fear in their hearts before they step into the office. I’m fairly certain I saw one of our interns fall asleep at his desk one day while drinking a Gatorade G2, and Clow pretty much drinks oysters and champagne every night per her Instagram story. Again, nothing but respect for the game.

When Dan came in with an all-hands-on-deck hangover, we were faced with no other option but to film our latest video. Enjoy, and proceed with caution.

Also, apologies for how vulgar Producer Micah is. He’s been taking classes at the John Duda School of Becoming Unhinged.

As always, you can catch this entire cast of characters on a podcast somewhere in the Grandex network. Most importantly, though, subscribe to Touching Base on iTunes and SoundCloud (and throw us a Twitter follow while you’re at it). Deal closers only.

Video shot and edited entirely by Dan Regester

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Will deFries (Twitter / Instagram) is a Senior Writer at Grandex and the world's foremost authority on Sunday Scaries (Twitter / Instagram).

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