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The spray that gets you instantly drunk

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While we're still scratching our heads over the actual point of this latest invention, we're also rabidly curious.

The rather uncomfortably titled WA|HH Quantum Sensations spray will get you automatically drunk once it's been sprayed in your mouth and it will only last for a few seconds. Once it's gone, you'll be able to pass a breathalyser with flying colours.

Each time you spray it in your confused mouth, you'll be getting 0.075 mililetres of alcohol. It's created by a French American scientist called David Edwards who claims that the specially designed spray mechanism ensures that the effect is instantaneous. The device itself was designed, and modelled above, by Philippe Starck.

He's also invented other sprays which allow you to taste various foods or drinks without actually eating them.

We're confused and excited and unsure and excited and we want to try one. What do you think?

(Images: AFP)

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