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The Hangover was the biggest comedy of the year, and it's coming out on DVD. We can only imagine what the Mike Tyson bloopers reel looks like.

Assuming there is one, you won't have to imagine what it will look like -- we're hoping for a Christian Bale freak-out, with the crew moving away very quickly -- because you can win one all for yourself.

Or for someone on your Christmas list, if you're cheap.

How? Just send your best hangover story, starring you or a buddy, to hairballscontest@houstonpress.com, or leave it in the comments. Best three get the prize, determined by utterly subjective criteria based on how funny/gross/awful the stories are. No one will see your name publicly, so confess away.

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