While it’s easy to resolve arguments with eggplants using only a knife, a cutting board, and a trained rattlesnake, other forms of stress may require more complicated tools. Vent your anger in a safe space with today’s Groupon for destruction sessions at Anger Room, opening on December 12. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get a 5-minute session (a $25 value).
- For $20, you get a 15-minute session (a $45 value).
- For $35, you get a 25-minute session (a $75 value). <p>
Anger Room realistically appoints rooms to simulate an actual workplace, living area, or kitchen for guests to destroy in stress-relieving sessions that for last 5, 15, or 25 minutes. Rather than paying a therapist three heads of cattle and a ruby, irate visitors can work out issues with a buffet of breakable items such as tables, televisions, and dummies. After wreaking havoc, guests continue the relaxation process with a mini massage. For an extra fee, anger rooms can be outfitted with custom décor, and additional time is available for an extra fee of $10 per 5 minutes, though sessions are limited to 30 minutes total. Would-be smashers make an appointment ahead of time, and can pay extra ($10, not included in this deal) to be notified of last-minute openings in the case of a lamp-shattering emergency.
Anger Room is open seven days a week from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Safety gear is available for use free of charge, and annihilators cannot have serious medical or mental-health issues that might harm themselves or others in the process of avenging computer errors.
Anger Room liberates frustration by letting clients wreak devastation on rooms modeled after offices, living rooms, and kitchens. Participants aged 18 or older don gloves, goggles, and safety helmets before stepping alone into their chosen vexation haven to dole out pain to real TVs, furniture, and mannequins taught to square dance in circles. Multiple person are allowed in the room at a time, patrons may give friends consent to watch the destruction from outside or afterward on video.