There is a school of thought that organic alcohol, which is free of chemical additives, results in less of a hangover than its conventional equivalent. In a piece of stunt journalism, Daily News reporter Sean Evans put the theory to the test, getting wasted two nights running - organically and otherwise - and comparing the mornings after. Despite consuming a nauseous combo of eleven drinks in three hours, the results of the organic binge were mild: "There was no nausea, no stomach pain; no normal hangover feelings." Of course, drinking pure costs ya; Evans reports that the organic restaurant's bar tab ran him $112, as opposed to the hangover-inducer's $73. More to the point, last we checked our corner dive wasn't carrying organic mixers, so for most of us this will stay purely theoretical. [Daily News]