Be sure to have your Advil, Gatorade, banana and Berocca all ready to go on your bedside table tonight.
Here’s the National Press Foundation’s recipe for a hangover:
Put a bunch of congressional reporters and an open bar in a room on a Thursday night when Congress is out of town and when none of them have to work on Friday (sort of). Throw in the impressive posse of Brody Mullins and, oh, it’s on.
Then, head to the Meridian House for Washington Life’s “Young and The Guest List” party.
And then, of course, to Stetson’s for more debauchery and tales of your continued world domination.
Because you can.
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