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'Frustration-Venting' Shop For Women Opens

samzenpus posted more than 4 years ago | from the nothing-a-bigger-hammer-can't-fix dept.

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Lanxon writes "A shop has opened in China that's filled with furniture, cutlery and electronics — not for sale, but to be smashed, beaten and destroyed by frustration-venting women, reports Wired. With a 'No Men' sign at the door, the shop is designed to look like a typical Chinese home, separated into several zones including a TV and mobile phone-filled living room and a bedroom. A kitchen is planned, too. All the electronics are real, purchased second-hand and ready to be smashed with the provided baseball bats (and motorbike helmets for safety)."*

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Pfft... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#32922194)

There is this restaurant in Tarlac, the Philippines that offers you the service of throwing plates on a wall for venting frustration. "Taksyapo" is the name IIRC.

Why are there no posts yet? (1)

BraksDad (963908) | more than 4 years ago | (#32929924)

Because /. is mostly males who are afraid of women (See Dr. Rajesh Koothrappali).
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