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You know what it's like. You wake up, your hair matted and stuck to the side of your face, your throat dry, that creeping feeling of shame inching towards your brain... yup. You're hungover.

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What's going to fix this? Time, probably. But also fizzy drinks and fast food. If you could be bothered, you'd get up, get dressed and head over to a fast food restaurant. But you're dying right now; this is what takeaways were invented for. The sad thing is, the best takeaways are never on Just Eat, are they? Like Maccies or KFC.

Well, my friend, that's all changed - for those of you who live in London.

Around about 30 branches of KFC have now signed up to Just Eat and you can order it through the app and website.

You have to spend at least £15 which, to be fair, is easily done when you're severely hungover.

Plus, there's a £2.50 delivery fee but that's nothing when you're inches from death.

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Delivery takes 45-60 minutes, or in hungover terms, one nap.

You can get the 14-piece party bucket, wraps, meals... pretty much the standard of what you'd order if you were to drag yourself there.


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Here's a handy list of all of the stores offering delivery...

Erith

Waltham Cross

Woolwich

Edgware

Chingford

Thamesmead

Bexleyheath

Bromley

Eltham

Enfield Highway

Tottenham Hale

Ballards Lane

Barnet

East Finchley

Edmonton

Greenwich

Deptford - Evelyn St

Enfield

Welling

Cricklewood

Colindale

Borhamwood

Wood Green

Hendon

Lea Bridge

Golders Green

Canning Town

Stoke Newington

Apex Corner

Hackney - Mare Street

People have taken to Twitter to celebrate the glorious news.





Surely this means they'll be opening it up to other cities soon?

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Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is an NCTJ trained Trending Journalist at LADbible and has worked here since 2015. She launched the 'LAD of the Week' feature in 2016 and has run it single-handedly ever since. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online.

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