9 Movie Hangovers Worse Than The One You’re Feeling

Monday, February 6 by

School Of Rock

Though he may not be cut out to teach fifth grade, Jack Black is happy to impart rock n’ roll wisdom upon his students while masquerading as a substitute teacher. Part of those teachings is the difference between being drunk and having a hangover. Being hungover means he was drunk yesterday. Big difference.

E.T.

As a parent, I’d be concerned if my child started chumming around with an extra-terrestrial visitor. That thing could be covered in germs! And even if it doesn’t cause a breakout of Space AIDS, I’d want to make sure it is a good influence on my child, i.e.: doesn’t get him super drunk. And if it does, it had better use that glowing finger to cure his hangover because I’m sure not scrubbing vomit out of the carpet.

Shakes the Clown

Shakes the Clown likely suffers the worst hangovers on this list. No matter how much you drink to dull the pain and forget your troubles, you always sober up to find that you’re a party clown. No amount of hooch can wipe away that grease paint. Add to that the indignity of finding you’ve just slept with Florence Henderson, and her son is now urinating on your head. That doesn’t seem like a very Brady thing to do.

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