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Rising Bar

The more you drink the more the room rises
 
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A bar/club that would be in a type of tower that has the room rising in proportion to how much beer/alcohol is been drunk. So there would be a kind of peer pressure and group euphoria to get the room to rise to the top of the tower where everybody would climax completely wasted with an amazing view. Maybe then drop them all like the Disney tower of terror so they can start drinking again. Yeeeeeehhhhhhhaaaaaa !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SmartyPants, Oct 23 2003

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       I have two pictures in my head. One of a large group of drunken people climaxing simultaneously and the other of the results after dropping a large group of drunken people down a tower as if on a funfair ride. Rising Barf would be a better name.
squeak, Oct 23 2003
  

       I've hear of people "getting on top of" their drinking problem but this idea takes the biscuit. +
Aristotle, Oct 23 2003
  

       Sounds horrible. And simultaneously hilarious. [squeak] nailed it on the head. Rising Barf be thy name.
k_sra, Oct 23 2003
  

       "heave". Hm. I like that word. It will be added to my list of favorite words in english. However, "spoon" remains number 1.
Pericles, Oct 26 2003
  

       Ummmm.... I see a new trend at the hospitals. Alcohol-poisoned patients with their heads split open.   

       Pericles, howabout 'discombobulation?' 'sluggish?' 'transmorgify' (Ray starts stroking the cover of his Rogets lovingly)
RayfordSteele, Oct 26 2003
  

       Without the dropping part, I think it's a great idea. Especially for New Years Eve.
Detly, Oct 26 2003
  

       Every time the tiolets are used the room should sink back down again in proportion to the 'output' thus encouraging the occupants aiming for a 'record high' to hold it in longer. Then when the big drop comes - ouch!
dobtabulous, Oct 27 2003
  

       "You're not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on" - Dean Martin
Cedar Park, Oct 27 2003
  

       How about a room that sways..the more you drink.Then again it does anyway.
skinflaps, Oct 28 2003
  

       [dobtabulous], you're really lowering the bar with that suggestion...
darksasami, Oct 29 2003
  

       I like this but only if you include [dobtabulous]'s suggestion. At first I thought this was; the more beer people drunk, the higher the bar would rise. So people would be forming human pyramids to order more beer...
silverstormer, Oct 29 2003
  
      
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