Have fun at urinals
You know the saying, “piss drunk”? I guess with all that booze that goes down your throat during the next party, surely your liver and bladder would work overtime, helping to flush out whatever toxins that are in your body, not to mention making room for more of that poisonous (but intoxicating) stuff. Well, if knocking back pints is your favorite hobby, and you have a close knit group of friends who share the same sentiment, perhaps you can approach the management of your favorite watering hole in install a hands-free gaming cistern system, as what the gents section in the Exhibit Bar located in south London has done?
I know, this sounds rather silly, but hear me out for a while. Imagine building up all that liquid in your bladder, and you know for sure this is going to be a high pressure release the next time you unzip your fly, so why not make the most of it? What makes it more challenging is the fact that your motor skills would most probably be shot or affected already somewhat no matter how strong a drinker you are, so to gain the high score makes it all the more interesting. This hands-free gaming cistern system comprises of three games which we will look at in the extended post.
First of all, you can test your skills with the quiz game known as Clever Dick, where you will need to adjust your golden stream to either the left or right section of the pan, and the more competitive players among you can even post your story onto an online leader board or via Twitter. According to Mark Melford, director at the games’ creator, Captive Media, “It’s taken three years of research and development to get to this point. The reaction to the units so far has been incredible – it’s just so much fun.” Just don’t drop your phone somewhere wet when you’re busy posting up your scores on Twitter, all right?
I guess this is one novel idea to draw more and more people back to the bars and pubs considering how tough times have gotten in recent years, so instead of drowning one’s sorrows at home, why not do it in a place where the ambience is full of fun and laughter? The Japanese already have their version by Sega, but that failed to rescue the economy in that part of the world.