Editor by day, Vocal writer by night.
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Strangers call for me but when I turn my body to wave, they scream. One leg, one arm, one eye, half a nose, and my stomach feels empty.
Movies That Could Help You Get Through Your Hangovers
It’s a Saturday afternoon. You have rummaged through the vodka bottles in your apartment the night before. The drinking games, shot glasses, and beer cans are stacked in the center of the living room. There’s enough evidence to suggest that the residents of this home have a hangover. In the case of hangovers, you’re looking for comfort, low-lit rooms, resolution from your headache, and your aching body wants to lie around for days on end. So what’s the best friend to a hungover twenty-something year old? That’s right; movies!
“The Little Black Book” - Screenplay by D. Rutledge INT. Daisy’s Apartment - DAY A single window of a tall apartment building is encased by smoke. DAISY presses herself against the frame of the window while smoking cigarettes like they are going out of style. She is young and dressed in sweats and oversized jackets while also maintaining the demeanor of a woman who just landed the cover of Forbes Magazine.