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To have not a single drop of sympathy for dp

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TraineeBabyCatcher Mon 27-Aug-12 19:41:34

Alcohol=hangover=self inflicted misery?

fuzzpig Mon 27-Aug-12 19:43:07


puds11 Mon 27-Aug-12 19:43:56

I always sympathize because i can still remember how bad my last hangover in may was!

WorraLiberty Mon 27-Aug-12 19:44:18

Depends on how often he does it and if it affects you I suppose?

TraineeBabyCatcher Mon 27-Aug-12 19:46:36

It's actually his first proper hang over.
Neither of us drink a huge amount/or frequently. He went out for a celebration last night and just got caught up with the night.
It's made no difference to me today as I've been busy and ds is at his grandparents anyway.

He keeps sighing. Is it wrong that I find it slightly amusing?

CocktailsAndFriedChicken Mon 27-Aug-12 19:48:19

You can be amused but sympathetic. DH wins major brownie points by being kind on the rare occasions I have a hangover.

JustFabulous Mon 27-Aug-12 19:48:23


It is his first one.

You can't moan when he laughs at you when you have one.

McHappyPants2012 Mon 27-Aug-12 19:49:50


stuffitunderthebed Mon 27-Aug-12 19:51:17

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

TraineeBabyCatcher Mon 27-Aug-12 19:51:26

He can be as unsympathetic as he likes when I suffer my first one. It'll be entirely self inflicted so imo he would be well within his rights (oh and if the day ever comes he will gloat, alot)

MammaTJisanOlympicSumoWrestler Mon 27-Aug-12 20:03:41

Don't be mean, YABU!!

puds11 Mon 27-Aug-12 20:10:25

Make him a cuppa then he has to do the same for you when your hung over. Remember karma is a bitch!

HermioneJeanGranger Thu 20-Oct-16 14:55:28

Don't be too mean - karma is a bitch!

BowieFan Thu 20-Oct-16 14:59:43

YAB a bit U. It's his first hangover and I had sympathy the first time DS1 got one a couple of weeks ago. I never get hungover for some reason but DP does after one or two drinks and I always feel a bit sorry for him.

limeandsoda93 Thu 20-Oct-16 15:00:58

I haven't had a hangover for a good couple of years now but I remember some real corkers that I definitely needed sympathy for! Also it really depends on the situation surrounding it, did he embarass you when drunk, or crash into the house breaking things and waking you up at 5 in the morning or quietly sneak in and crawl into bed? The latter would get my sympathy, the former would seriously struggle.

JennyOnAPlate Thu 20-Oct-16 15:02:04

This thread is from 2012! I expect he's recovered from his hangover by now!!

OutDamnedWind Thu 20-Oct-16 15:29:39

One would hope so anyway grin

RebeccaWithTheGoodHair Thu 20-Oct-16 15:32:44

When I read this I thought Puds and Hermione had cross-posted but now I realise there's 4 years between their posts!!

ClaudiaNaughton Thu 20-Oct-16 15:36:44

Thought mumsnet were going to do an alert for zombie threads.

QueenLizIII Thu 20-Oct-16 15:49:22

He doesn't do it habitually. First time.

Ffs why are people so intolerant even of a very good partner.

Mynestisfullofempty Thu 20-Oct-16 15:51:38

HermioneJeanGranger Why on earth did you find and reply to this thread over 4 years after it was posted? confused

AndNowItsSeven Thu 20-Oct-16 15:53:56

Did karma bite you in the butt op?

ANewStartOverseas Thu 20-Oct-16 15:59:37

So no one else is getting caught up


This thread is about 4 years old!!

Queenbean Thu 20-Oct-16 16:01:25

I'd love the OP to come back and tell us if her dp is over his hangover, four years later

PinkiePiesCupcakes Thu 20-Oct-16 16:05:15


Not really...


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