From the first movie The Hangover, you were introduced to Mr. Chow and the little equipment he has to work with. Don’t worry folks, in case you didn’t get enough of it in the first movie, it also returns in The Hangover: Part 2. At first, the image might catch you by surprise. However, after you figure out what or rather, who it is, you have that feeling in your head, oh really, why couldn’t I look away?!
If you’re one who frequently finds themselves out and about on the weekends, or even week nights I suppose, you’ve probably come across something like it more that once. Most often, many thoughts run through your mind.
"Oh that poor girl, I feel sorry for her.“
"What an idiot, she definitely needs to learn to hold her alcohol.”
"Man, I wouldn’t want to take care of that all night.“
"Ew that’s absolutely disgusting!”
Whatever the thought is, I think it’s safe to say that vomit is not something that is appealing to anyone. However, as she continues spewing up her guts, most often, you catch yourself continually glancing over her way. At that point, the thought should be, why can’t I look away?
Walking in the grocery store or even at an amusement park, you come across someone with a defect. Or if you hand someone an ice cream cone and they grab it with a deformed hand. Not that they had any choice in the outcome of the limb, but the nub usually seems to be something most people can’t look away from.