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You Can Now Smash Things In Montreal's First-Ever Rage Room

Ever have one of those days where you just feel like smashing things?

Well unless you're a complete psycho who actually goes home and breaks stuff, the only option you had was hitting a punching bag. Maybe you wish that you could take your anger out on one of those orange construction cones after spending 2 hours stuck in traffic.

The good news is that you can do just that without having to worry about the cleanup. Casse-Cité provides you with a tent full of wonderful things to break, from dressers to air-hockey table and yes even orange traffic cones. You get a helmet, some gloves, a sledgehammer and the rest is up to you.

If the sledgehammer isn't the right weapon for you, you can have your pick of a baseball bat, a crowbar or you can just whip a bunch of fragile shit at a wall.

For those worried about waste, the items smashed are either defective or broken and everything gets recycled afterwards.

Stay tuned for the next Casse-Cité event.

Check out their Facebook group for more info.

Or check out the worst promo video ever made. (Shitty techno music included)


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