A: Are you okay, man? You don't look very well.
B: Ugh. I feel terrible. I went out last night with Trevor and things got a little out of hand.
A: Nice. So where did you guys go?
B: We hit a couple of local bars and met up with some friends. Everything was cool until Mike came along and it turned out that it was his birthday yesterday.
A: Oh, no. Mike's birthday is a drink fest for sure.
B: Tell me about it. We drank everything in the bar.
A: Is that why you missed work today?
B: Yeah. I woke up this morning feeling really nonsense. I throw up like five times.
B: I was so dehydrated that I drank like a gallon of water and my head has been pounding all day. I swear, I'm never going to drink again.
A: Too bad, man, Tonight's Tracy's going-away party and she asked if you were gonna go.
B: Oh, yeah. I'm there!
out of hand
Honey, the kids are getting a little out of hand. Can you do something?
The party last night got out of hand. The neighbors called the police.
a drink fest
a fast food fest快餐盛宴
a pizza fest披薩盛宴
Daddy bought a lot of pizza. We are going to have a pizza fest tonight.
Tell me about it
=I completely understand/I completely agree with you.
She felt dizzy and nauseous.
My stomachache makes me feel nauseous.
I'm feeling sick. I think I'm going to throw up.
The bad smell makes me throw up.
When you wake up, your body is dehydrated and needs liquid.
My head is pounding.
=I have a pouding headache.
My head hurts.