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The London Bar That Sprays Drinkers With A Mist Of Alcohol

by | 17th, April 2009

IN the Tlicho aboriginal community of Behchoko, Canada, locals have voted to ban alcohol from their community.

In a plebiscite held Wednesday, 256 voters supported the alcohol ban, while 237 voted against it. The plebiscite asked residents if “the consumption, possession, purchase sale and transport of liquor be prohibited” in the community, located about 95 kilometres north of Yellowknife.

In Canada no one can hear you scream. Bansturbation is rife.

Meanwhile in Endland, where everyone is screaming all the time. In the Alcoholic Architecture bar, London:

Adults are often reminded to drink
responsibly but customers entering a new cocktail bar where they are
literally enveloped in a mist of alcohol are warned to breathe
responsibly.

Just 40 minutes inside the venue – which
delivers an intoxicating vapour of gin and tonic – will leave you
feeling slightly merry.

Punters are also advised to don special
protective suits as they enter the walk-in cocktail to avoid going home
smelling like a brewery.

To complement the whiff of G&T the bar is decorated with giant
limes and massive straws to make visitors feel as if they are inside
the drink.


The experience is further enhanced by a special soundtrack featuring the noise of liquid being poured over ice cubes.

Both venues are, of course, uttely horrible places, locals for those who crave boundaries and are unable to appreciate free will…



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