NamibiaThe morning after an epic boozefest, Namibians sip a concoction called Buffalo Milk, which is surprisingly devoid of actual buffalo milk. Rather, enjoy a brew of clotted cream, dark rum, spiced rum, cream liqueur, and whole cream, according to Gizmodo.
GermanyHungover Germans saddle up to katerfrühstück, or 'hangover breakfast,' which comprises a raw, pickled herring wrapped around pieces of gherkin and onion.
PolandPoles are famed for outdrinking just about anyone, but they are not immune to hangover hell. Their morning brew: a tasty swig of pickle juice, writes Lonely Planet.
ItalyWhile Italians chase their hangovers with a fine cup of espresso, Sicilians are famous for their cure of eating a dried bull's penis. According to The Guardian in the UK, ancient Romans also snacked on deep-fried canaries after a rave.
JapanAfter a heavy night of sake drinking, Japanese are known to eat pickled, dried ume, which is similar to a plum or apricot. Steep it in green tea to neutralize, sort of, the intensely sour taste, writes Gizmodo.
UKWhen it comes to binge drinking, the Brits are notorious - and their day-after remedy of choice, tucking into a fry up, a heaving platter of bacon, eggs, sausages, and side dishes such as beans and tomatoes. Another favorite: hair of the dog, or drinking more alcohol the morning after to ease (er, delay) the symptoms.
PhilippinesFilipino partiers calm a queasy stomach with a delicacy known as balut, a poached duck embryo, beak often included.