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Today Is The Most Hung Over Day Of The Season, According To Study

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Today Is The Most Hung Over Day Of The Season, According To Study

So, how are you feeling today? A tad hungover? Well, you may not be alone.

According to new research, Saturday, 19 December is the most hungover day of the Christmas party season.

The study revealed that 18 December was the evening that most Brits participated in virtual Christmas drinks via video calling apps like Zoom. Most work Christmas parties and celebrations have had to hosted virtually this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The study was conducted by fast food chain Subway (Credit: Unsplash)
The study was conducted by fast food chain Subway (Credit: Unsplash)
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Fast food company Subway conducted the study in which they polled 2,000 British adults. The company are anticipating a boom in brunch and lunch deliveries today and are have stocked up on coffee for all the people waking up with sore heads.

Subway are working extra hard to meet the demand in delivery orders to help customers treat their headaches after their boozy festivities the night before.

The study revealed that 65 per cent of British adults planned on being extra festive for their pre-Christmas celebrations this year, by having a few more extra drinks.

Subway predicts their Mega Meat Sub and the Meatball Marina Sub will be among the popular choices (Credit: PA)
Subway predicts their Mega Meat Sub and the Meatball Marina Sub will be among the popular choices (Credit: PA)
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Subway are predicting their most popular offerings for all those suffering from a hangover today will include the Mega Meat Sub and the Meatball Marina Sub.

While a substantial number of people will seek large, hot meaty food items, 36 per cent of Brits polled confessed to craving something lighter and more fresh to help rid them of their hangover blues. The study also found that 40 per cent of people have a coffee first thing in the morning after a night of drinking for that caffeine fix.

Vegetarians and vegans will also be craving food to fill their tummies after a night of Christmas drinking. Over a third of vegetarian customers (38 per cent) will order meals covered in melted cheese, followed by a toasted sandwich (30 per cent).

Following the findings from the study, Subway is launching a 'Shattered Saturday SOS' (Send Out Subs) campaign where, from 15 December, Brits planning for a 'Shattered Saturday' can share how they plan to be spending the day via social media, to be in with the chance of receiving a Sub delivery by using the hashtag #sendoutsubs and tag Subway via their Twitter account.

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, Subway is launching a 'Shattered Saturday SOS' (Send Out Subs) campaign from 15 December (Credit: Unsplash)
, Subway is launching a 'Shattered Saturday SOS' (Send Out Subs) campaign from 15 December (Credit: Unsplash)

The best Shattered Saturday SOS calls are set to be rewarded with a free, fresh and delicious Sub delivery through one of Subway's three delivery partners - Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats.

Subway will choose people at random from 15 December onwards.

Angelina Gosal, Head of Marketing UK & Ireland at Subway said: "We want to be there to help guests suffering on Christmas Struggle Street this 'Shattered Saturday' - available for delivery straight to your door, to enjoy in the quiet of your own home, our fully customisable range of subs, wraps and salads means you can pick exactly what you're craving!'

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"From comforting carbs to healthier options, Subway's extensive range will satisfy everyone's needs"

Featured Image Credit: Unsplash

Topics: Christmas, Tasty Food, Food And Drink, Tasty, Subway

Gregory Robinson
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