Customers can pay up to £35, or $44.50, to take 20 minutes of pure, unadulterated rage out on some crockery, glassware, and electronics.
Have you ever had a day—or week, month, year—that has made you want to grab a bat and smash some household items? (The answer is yes, of course you have.)
For Zaac Spencer of Brinsley, Nottingham, in the United Kingdom, it only made sense to convert a former church into the Rage Cage, an “anger room” that gives customers the chance to smash items with bats, hammers, and crowbars, according to The Mirror.
The concept is as straightforward as a hammer to an old TV: Customers can pay up to £35, or $44.50, to take 20 minutes of pure, unadulterated rage out on some crockery, glassware, and electronics.
The special packages add a personal touch to the proceedings, too: One option gives customers 15 minutes to wreck their own items, while another is described as a “couples’ therapy” option, which allows couples to vent together for 20 minutes, wrecking almost a dozen items, including two printers, per The Mirror.
Stateside, there are places just like the Rage Cage where you can beat the crap out of an inanimate object, with equally great names:
• Want to write down your deepest worries and fears on some plates before going to town on them? The Smash Shack in Jacksonville, North Carolina is the place for you.
• Drop by the Anger Room in Arlington, Texas to beat the hell out of some mannequins and dummies.
• About 4 hours away in Houston, Tantrums LLC leaves you with sledgehammers and lead pipes and doesn’t ask any questions.
Of course, you can always tame your rage the regular way, too. Discover 4 Easy Ways to Control Your Anger—sledgehammer not included.