The world’s best hangover cure

Feeling flattering normal today? Kab-To-U's talent use will arrange we ri...

Feeling flattering normal today? Kab-To-U’s talent use will arrange we right out.
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ARE we feeling a small dry after final night’s Christmas party?

We’ve got some good news for you.

A bespoke cab use catering generally for hungover workers has launched in London, only in time for celebration season.

The Kab-U-To Work cab use ferries we from home to work in a comfort of a cab (no queuing on open transport), while portion we a pot of prohibited noodles and a uninformed orange juice.

You’ll also get a span of sunglasses to defense your sap eyes from a glare, paracetamol to heal a headaches and parcel of exhale mints.

The cab motorist will play relaxing song and get to we work on time, protected and sound.

The use was combined by Kabuto Noodles, who detected their product is a super renouned hangover cure.

“We have seen a outrageous response online from noodle fans eating Kabuto, saying it’s their favourite hangover cure,” a company’s founder, Crispin Busk, told
The Daily Mail

“We wanted to take this a small bit serve and yield a ultimate hangover service. Kabuto Noodles is a ideal break for those with a bustling lifestyle and with a chaotic Christmas deteriorate in full pitch we know that people need a assisting hand.

“The Kab-U-To Work use provides only that, with a ultimate use from a post bureau celebration hangover.

“What could be some-more available when you’re hungover than a door-to-door cab use and a Kabuto Hangover Pack to get we behind to your table in a fit adequate state to face your inbox and your colleagues (who might or might not have appreciated your delivery of Mariah Carey from a night before…)?”

London celebration goers can book their Kab-To-Work regulating email or by tweeting @kabutonoodles.

We’d happily acquire any Aussie entrepreneurs who wish to move a thought down under. A bacon and egg hurl cab service, anyone?



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