Date of prep: December 2020
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The next day she wakes up and has a medium-strength (5.5%) beer at 11.30 am. She feels better and resolves to ride out the rest of her hangover. She goes to the shop and gets a bottle of wine and drinks this throughout the evening.
She is working the next morning. She drives the 10 miles to work.
On arrival at work, she makes a coffee and again begins to focus on shaking off her hangover. You come into the kitchen when you arrive. You immediately smell stale alcohol. She explains that she had a heavy weekend. She does not appear intoxicated this morning.
You get on with the day and begin to talk about the upcoming night out with the team.
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