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Hang overs are something you never want. However, if you were out drinking and partying, being hung over is inevitable. Learn how you can get better by watching this video. Learn more from TVLesson.com for more tutorials on how to make exotic drinks so you can get hung over and watch this video to survive it!
6 Nov 2008
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Beer Truck Hangs Over Freeway
7 Nov 2009
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My friend e-mailed me and told me how hung over he was so I made this video for him
15 Oct 2006
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Comercial de Tv 60 segundos, lanzamiento de producto para el Norte del pais, (Monterrey, NL. Mexico)
9 Jan 2007
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10 Jun 2007
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http://www.firsthomeinfo.ca Christmas credit card debt? Perhaps you have grown some credit card debt over the holidays and would like to relieve yourself? I can turn your 18 plus percent interest rate into a nice low rate and payment.
11 Jan 2009
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Melinda must help a rock star being terrorized by his father's ghost. The more Melinda uncovers, the more she learns about a mysterious curse that hangs over father and son, a curse that could destroy Melinda too.
7 Dec 2006
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Following in the footsteps of his father and uncle before him, Albert Pierrepoint joins the 'family business' in 1934. He rises through the ranks to become the most feared and respected executioner in the country, hanging over 450 people in his lifetime. Living a double life as a master hangman, and a grocery deliveryman and loyal husband, Pierrepoint's obsession to become the 'Number One' executioner in the country results in his selection as executioner for some of Britain's most infamous murderers and Nazi war criminals. But this brings notoriety, shattering Pierrepoint's guarded anonymity and turning him into a minor celebrity. When public opinion turns against capital punishment, Pierrepoint becomes a scorned man and is ready to give it all up, but fate has other plans in store for him. A devastating, true-life story of Albert Pierrepoint, Britain's most notorious hangman.
22 May 2007
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How to cure hang overs and PMS ( thank God!)
19 Oct 2007
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Available at: http://www.fantasmamagic.com/shopping/proddetail.php?prod=1427 Slowly, the fork begins to bend until the end of the fork is at a 90 degree angle to it's handle. This bent fork is then clearly displayed hanging over your extended finger. You can then allow the fork to drop to the table and then examined. No special set-up involved. No chemicals. Completely self-contained and can be performed surrounded. Can be instantly repeated with no reset involved. See more at www.fantasmamagic.com
2 Nov 2007
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Lost memory + fash back = pure hang over... The slides at the end read: Laser specialist? Attorney? Or rather rate the tattoo shop at dialo.de? (dialo is a service in Germany that collects user ratings of services and lets users rate each others' reviews...) Thanks to Martin aka www.youtube.com/user/PINHEAD1982 for producing the video!
5 Dec 2007
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Waking up with a massive hang over and a bucket full of puke next your bed isnt that uncommon. However waking up with a massive hang over, an empty bucket and a head full of day old spaghetti thats gotta suck.
14 Apr 2008
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Chef Diane Stopford from www.inyourkitchen.com shows how to prepare one of her hang over favorites, the breakfast burrito
11 Jun 2008
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Here is a video that includes a list of Things we share together, little experiences we all go through in life, but rarely talk about. What are some of YOUR own personal experiences that you'd like to share? 1. Did you ever dial someone'e phone number, and then all of a sudden you forget who your calling? So you answer the phone your like "uhh. hello...." And your waiting for them to say their name! 2. Did you ever call someone, and as soon as they answer their phone, you forget why you were calling them? And when the person answers your tell them "sorry, I forgot why I called you!" 3. Did you ever drive down the road, and you realized that you missed a cut off or turn five blocks back? So you have to go take a detour to another location, and you have to act like you were planning to go detour all along so you don't look stupid! 4. Did you ever misplace your wallet or keys, and you look high and low to search for it, only to find out its in right your pocket? Did you ever have someone blame you for losing their belongings, and they find out that their belongings are right in front of their face!? Or have you ever blamed someone else for losing your belongings, and as soon as you find it, you feel really bad for putting all the blame on someone else when it was your own fault!? 5. Did you ever hum a tune to a song you liked, and then all of a sudden the song your humming starts playing on the radio!? And for a second you could have sworn you had psychic powers! 6. Did you ever drink so much alcohol one night that you pass out, and wake up the next day with a splitting headache? And the hang over and the pain is so unbearable, that you swear to yourself that you'll never drink again, only to go out drinking AGAIN THE NEXT NIGHT!? And you go drinking with the same people and at the same place as the night before!! 7. Did you ever go to the beach, and your swimming on the shore while the waves are constantly hitting your body? And then when you leave the beach, you could swear that there were still invisible waves out there hitting your body!? 8. Did you ever wake up in the morning, and saw that you were late for school or work? So you rush as fast as you can to get ready for school or work, and when your heading out the door, one of your family members asks you "Where are you going". And you say "to school and work", and your family member says "There is no school and work today it's a HOLIDAY TODAY!" 9. Did you ever have a dream, and in that dream the telephone rings, and you wake up from that dream to actually hear the telephone ringing! How the heck does that happen!? 10. Did you ever walk forward, but with your head looking in a different direction, and then you end up walking into something. And the first thing you do is look around you to make sure nobody saw what had just happened!? 11. Did you ever study for a test, for hours, days, weeks maybe? And your so sure that when the test comes you'll ace that test, but as soon as the actual test starts, your brain can't think and you forget everything you studied!? 12. Did you ever make fun of someone else's misfortune, and then the next day that same misfortune you were making fun of happens to you. Then you say to yourself "Why did I make fun of that person for?". And then it hits you, BACHEE -- What goes around, comes around? Inspired by George Carlin, RIP For more videos visit Aron's Personal Website at: used with permission by
13 Jul 2008
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On July 12 and 13, 2008 I took a little jaunt out of the city. I wanted to plan a getaway that would be within less than an hours drive from Toronto, as a little experiment to see what tourism opportunities there are close to the big city. Well, I lucked out, I found a beautiful bed and breakfast, Landfall Farm B&B, just outside Port Perry. On Saturday morning I went rollerblading on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail in Ajax and marveled at the summer fog that was hanging over the lake. No photo opportunities there… Then finally on Sunday the weather cleared up around noon and gave me the perfect opportunity to shoot some photos and videos in the bright sun. My first stop on my way home was Port Perry: a quaint Victorian era town that was first settled in 1848. Port Perry is located on Lake Scugog, an artificial lake that was created when a local settler dammed the Scugog River to power his grist mill in 1834. Today Lake Scugog is a popular destination for fishing, and it features several daily sightseeing cruises aboard the MV Woodman, a vessel built in the style of 19th century steamships. Port Perry is also very popular for all the specialty stores, restaurants and boutiques that are located on its main street, Queen Street. The town’s Victorian era architecture has been lovingly restored and maintained. After a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine I made a final stop in Uxbridge, a quaint small town in Durham Region that was first surveyed in 1805. Although not quite as dressed up as Port Perry, Uxbridge is an attractive town with a Victorian Main Street that features a variety of retail stores and restaurants. I drove home towards the city on a number of small country roads, past forests, farmland and a variety of golf courses. Tourism opportunities definitely do exist within less than an hour of Toronto. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at http://www.travelandtransitions.com/contests.htm. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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On July 12 and 13, 2008 I took a little jaunt out of the city. I wanted to plan a getaway that would be within less than an hours drive from Toronto, as a little experiment to see what tourism opportunities there are close to the big city. Well, I lucked out, I found a beautiful bed and breakfast, Landfall Farm B&B, just outside Port Perry. On Saturday morning I went rollerblading on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail in Ajax and marveled at the summer fog that was hanging over the lake. No photo opportunities there… Then finally on Sunday the weather cleared up around noon and gave me the perfect opportunity to shoot some photos and videos in the bright sun. My first stop on my way home was Port Perry: a quaint Victorian era town that was first settled in 1848. Port Perry is located on Lake Scugog, an artificial lake that was created when a local settler dammed the Scugog River to power his grist mill in 1834. Today Lake Scugog is a popular destination for fishing, and it features several daily sightseeing cruises aboard the MV Woodman, a vessel built in the style of 19th century steamships. Port Perry is also very popular for all the specialty stores, restaurants and boutiques that are located on its main street, Queen Street. The town’s Victorian era architecture has been lovingly restored and maintained. After a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine I made a final stop in Uxbridge, a quaint small town in Durham Region that was first surveyed in 1805. Although not quite as dressed up as Port Perry, Uxbridge is an attractive town with a Victorian Main Street that features a variety of retail stores and restaurants. I drove home towards the city on a number of small country roads, past forests, farmland and a variety of golf courses. Tourism opportunities definitely do exist within less than an hour of Toronto. Check out our upcoming video viewing contest at http://www.travelandtransitions.com/contests.htm. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2008
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