Fancy taking your 2020 anger out on scrapped cars through destruction therapy?
This UK-based 'Rage Yard' has you covered!
The past year has been an incredibly rough time for so many people, not just in Britain, but all over the globe. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our lives in a way we couldn't have imagined a year ago.
That is why the Rage Yard has been created as a way to take your 2020 anger out on old scrapped cars.
This new ‘destruction therapy’ service has been launched by Scrap Car Comparison and it gives customers the chance to unleash all of their pent up rage caused by 2020 by destroying scrap cars with shotguns and a heavy-duty armoured tank - if that doesn't satisfy you, then what will?
It has actually been proven that if you have lots of built-up rage, then the best thing to do is let it all out. And destroying cars may just be the best way to do that.
Psychologist Dr. Samia Latif said: “Certain individuals find that relieving tension in an overt physical manner is much more therapeutic and a form of stress relief that works better for them. This is known as ‘Destruction Therapy’ and it does allow people to relieve stress within a controlled environment."
So what is the Rage Yard and why should I pay it a visit?
Well, The Rage Yard experience takes place outdoors in the fields of Northamptonshire, where a scrapped car wearing the year 2020 awaits you.
According to Scrap Car Comparison: "The car will signify all of the stresses you’ve had to endure throughout 2020, and customers will first use shotguns to fire at the 2020 scrap cars, before taking to the cockpit of a souped-up Chieftan battle tank to obliterate the cars, and all the 2020 rage they represent, crushing them beneath the 56 tonnes of armoured metal."
If you wish to give it a go, The first Rage Yard experience is available for £20.20 (read the price again) and has very limited availability. People who would like to take part in a Rage Yard experience can purchase a ticket via the Scrap Car Comparison website.