The lack of joi de vivre which occurs after a particularly fun event/weekend/gathering, i.e. a hangover from fun.
BILLY: Hey Judy, why the long face?
JUDY: Well, Billy, I went to Palm Springs with my cousins last weekend and we lived it up like it was 1965. We had a four hour dinner, too many martinis to count and we danced to Sinatra tunes 'til 2am. It was great but now old man Whethers over at HQ is riding me about this marketing data and it sucks to be back at work.
BILLY: Sounds like you've got a mean funover to me.
JUDY: Yes, I do have a funover.
A play on the word "hungover
When one comes home after doing something extremely fun
, such as going on vacation
or having an adventure, and is simply unable to function as a productive human
being in the aftermath of such frivolousness.Symptoms
include lounging about, not getting any work
done, wishing to go back to having fun, plotting to skip work
the next day, antisocial
behavior, and poor hygiene
A funover may last between one day and a week, though residual symptoms may continue for up to months afterwards if daily stress
levels are high.
Mom: Shouldn't you unpack your bags from the trip?
You: *flopped on the couch* Ugh. No. I can't do anything right now because I'm funover
. When can we go back on vacation?
A hang over but you're too happy to notice the extreme head ache you have. Usually only happens when you have had less than 4 hours of sleep. You're not drunk, but your state of mind is still different.
Grace: I can't believe I'm not in extreme pain right now.
Josh: A hang over? This is more like a fun over!