Partial to a boozy night out? We hear you. But that fuzzy, shaky, sweaty, remembers-nothing state the morning after? Killer. This is the worst version of you.
That's why University of Virginia student Joshua Anton has come up with Drunk Mode, a nifty mobile app (iOS and Android) that blocks drunk dials and tracks your location throughout the night.
The best bit? Users can review the steps they took the night before (oh god) via a service called Breadcrumbs, and you can keep an eye on your friends for anywhere between 3 and 12 hours.
The app already has around 180,000 users but Joshua is currently seeking funds through an Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign to develop new functions.
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The plan is that by 2015 the app will recover all your lost Snapchats and where you took them, hook you up with nearby taxis, buses and "safe rides", and tell you where the hippest parties are at via a Hype & Hotspots feature.
No more drunk dialling your ex/boss/nan/GP by mistake. No more losing all your friends (how does that happen every time?) and a heads up on real time "Happy Hour & Sober Food Specials". Amazing.
To find out more details on what Joshua has coined "The Best Drunk App in the World" check out the campaign he's running here...
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