Ford Made a Hangover Suit and for Some Reason I Tried It On

The innovative suit actually has a great cause behind it.
Ford Made a Hangover Suit and for Some Reason I Tried It On
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When responsible adults drink, it can be damn fun. But, when you have too much, a hangover is bound to happen, with symptoms including a pounding headache, sluggishness and light sensitivity.

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The geniuses at Ford decided to cut the drinking part out and created a suit that simulates the feelings of a hangover. Sounds super fun, right? I, of course, decided to try it on in a live video. I can personally attest that the suit is well designed, which essentially means that for the five minutes I had it on, I was miserable.

The auto company brought the suit to the U.S. in time for the Super Bowl -- obviously a big drinking day -- and especially the day following, when millions of Americans make their way to work.

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To laugh at my pain, and more important, hear more about the important reason why the suit was created, I chatted with Stefanie Dunham, program coordinator for Ford Skills for Life.

Check out the video below.

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