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Published:April 20th, 2009 13:34 EST

Bar Envelopes Customers In Mist Of Gin And Tonic

By Robert Paul Reyes

An individual who has the good fortune to be invited to Snoop Dogg`s home will get a contact high as soon as he enters the front door. I have a friend like Snoop, after a few minutes inside his house I will get the munchies even if I don`t take a hit from one of the bongs.

Now there`s a bar in London where you will get a buzz without drinking any alcohol.

"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."

http://www.metro.co.uk/news/article.html?in_article_id=621570


This is a marvelous idea for cheapskates, we will no longer have to buy a drink for a lady before we engage her in conversation.

In almost every bar there`s an obnoxious drunk who ruins the ambience, but in the mist-enveloped pub it`s almost impossible to get drunk. Every 40 minutes is equivalent to one drink, there`s not enough hours in a night for a person to get loaded.

The only drawback is that if you don`t don protective gear, you will end up smelling like a brewery. It`s hard to strike a cool pose when you look like a spaceman.

You have to buy a ticket to gain entry into the Alcoholic Architecture bar, and customers must be over 21.