A bar in London pumps booze directly into the air. And it is super creepy.
Do you like feeling drunk, but hate the difficulty of lifting alcoholic beverages all the way to your mouth? Do you wish bars had more people walking around in hoods, surrounded by misty fog? Do you want to ensure you smell like booze at work tomorrow? Then this London bar is for you! It's called Alcoholic Architecture, and according to co-designer Sam Bompas, the alcohol is "ingested through the lungs and eyeballs." The alcoholic mist makes it hard to see, so bar goers wear hooded plastic ponchos so their clothing doesn't smell like somebody caught them cheating and then dumped a drink on them.