Ed Sheeran never graduated from university or college, as he was too busy making a name for himself in the music world, but anybody who's been a student will be familiar with his hangover cure.
Earlier this week he sat down with Radio X's Gordon Smart as part of the promotion for his latest album, Divide (styled ÷), which has smashed a number of records, including breaking first-day stream records on Spotify.
When asked by presenter Gordon to name his best hangover cure, the 26-year-old singer-songwriter had a response straight out of the fresher's handbook.
Listen what he had to say here...
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He might be a million-dollar artist, but he's still got time for cold pizza and flat coke.
In response to the question, he says: "Flat coke or flat Sprite works well. I used to think McDonald's did but that's a really bad idea, but Domino's [pizza], maybe cold."
And there's some good news for anyone looking to try his cure out, as 26-year-old Tom Church has spent the last three months tracking down voucher codes for more than 800 Domino's stores, and now he's put them on his website. Three months. You can't fault his dedication.
They're automatically updated, meaning there will always be cheap pizza available 24/7, 365.
Apparently there's a political motive behind him sharing the codes due to the effects of Thursday's budget in the UK which mean we'll all be paying more for cigarettes and alcohol.
It also saw a two percent National Insurance Contributions increase for the self-employed over the next two years.
Talking about his idea, Tom said: "The Chancellor's budget means some people, especially the self-employed, will be worse off.
"With this tool, I hope to help save people money so they can keep enjoying the best thing in life: pizza."
Tom will be donating any profits he makes from the tool to Comic Relief, which is nice of him, isn't it? Plus, it's a great opportunity to see off a hangover Ed Sheeran-style.
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