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Stressed or angry? This new rage room in QC is the place to smash your feelings away

By Jovelyn Cullado Published Mar 18, 2023 4:14 pm

With all the things going on in our lives—everyday traffic, piling bills, deadlines, and probably sudden drama from your co-worker—it's not impossible to find yourself belting out, "Gusto ko nang sumabog!" out of the blue.

While that is totally understandable, why not try venting out all those feelings with a  dose of fun?

If you're in need of some emotional release, then head on to this new rage room in Metro Manila where you can smash your pent-up frustrations away.

Aptly called "Rage Room," the new leisure spot is located in Quezon City and caters to people who wants to "smash sh*t and let [their] hearts out." It's a place where visitors can let their rage be in control and expel the long-overdue emotions and stress in their preferred way. 

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Those who would like to do it calmly can head over to the freedom wall where you can write your heart out or splash paint for a little bit of thrill.

If that ain't enough for all the hugot, sakit, at hinanakit you've been keeping for a long time now, then you can go for the violent option. This includes smashing empty bottles and throwing plates at the wall. It is fulfilling to watch how your stress and emotions manifests in shards of bottles and plates, isn’t it? 

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To keep individuals safe from their own rage, Rage Room provides safety gear like hard hats and gloves, which will protect you from any shard of plates and bottles. Also, they suggest that participants wear closed shoes for the same reason.  

Throwing beyond the hit point is prohibited to prevent people from injuring other people in the room. That is the reason why they limit the participants to two per session. 

Bringing sharp and flammable objects is not suggested. They have plenty of plates and bottles that could help you if you want more for an additional fee.

Every session costs P299 to P499 and lasts for about 10 to 15 minutes. The new smash room is open from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and accepts guests only by appointment, which you can book through the link on its Instagram page.