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Hangovers, puking, regretable drunk texts, a hole in your wallet. Those are just some of the downsides for a Friday night of binge drinking. We want the high, worry-free moments, the faux boldness to pick up that girl you like, without any of the bad stuff that comes with it.
Introducing the WA|HH Quantum Sensations by prolific designer Philippe Starck and Harvard professor David Edwards, a spray that delivers approximately 0.075 ml of alcohol liquid in the form of micro-particles and reportedly simulates the sensorial pleasure of alcohol, giving the user a brief moment of light-headedness and distraction. They taste clinical and is not going to make the club owners happy, but you just have to spray them on your food or directly into your mouth for the feeling of drunkardness without actually having to drink. Don’t believe that it works? The guys at VICE tried it out, and guess what? You’ll never know what hit you.
“Everyone has an occasional need of light-headedness, distraction, and another place … but our societies and codes of amusement have led to the over-consumption of alcoholic beverages as a kind of social placebo,”
Stay tuned for release information here.