Sarahs Smash Shack welcomes plenty of breaking and entering, by providing rooms filled with dishes and glassware for customers to shatter to their hearts content.
The crash pad sells packages ranging from $10 to $50, where fierce folks can smash anything from plates to framed photos of horrible exes, or any object they feel the need to destroy.
Owner Sarah Lavely says, Some people want to break things because theyre stressed out at work, but mostly people are just happy and excited to do something a little naughty.
In either case, Lavely says people, Come in with a good mood, and leave in a great mood.
Each room has an MP3 hookup to help inspire customers to break out of their shell, and Lavely says most people, Want to rock out to heavy metal or angry girl music, not listen to Kenny G.
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