Undertoad Wednesday Dec 29 12:48 PM
12/29/2004: Inflatable pub
glatt Wednesday Dec 29 12:56 PM
Just don't play darts in this pub!
wolf Wednesday Dec 29 02:23 PM
Great!! You can have the reception there, after the wedding in the Inflatable Church!
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Dec 29 06:46 PM
Let's skip the wedding and go straight to the bar...er pub.
Cyber Wolf Wednesday Dec 29 06:48 PM
Imagine the pub brawls in there. One good brawl could turn the pub into one of those Moonwalk things. Well, at least getting slammed into the wall wouldn't hurt so much.
footfootfoot Wednesday Dec 29 09:51 PM
richlevy Wednesday Dec 29 10:22 PM
OK, you CAN find ANYTHING on the internet!
Dr. Zaius Thursday Dec 30 01:05 AM
Behold the lovely bride! Something tells that given a certain wineglass tradition an inflatable church would be a lousy place to hold a Jewish wedding.
capnhowdy Thursday Dec 30 08:42 AM
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Dec 30 10:58 AM
mmmmbacon Thursday Dec 30 12:06 PM
I can't believe any US insurance company would insure the use of this thing. Think of the liability potential if one of these was full of drunk people and it got punctured. Could be a lot of fun, but it screams lawsuit.
glatt Thursday Dec 30 12:12 PM
I made that comment about not playing darts, but I think these things are actually very tough. They make rubber rafts out of this material, and they bounce off sharp rocks all the time.
capnhowdy Thursday Dec 30 05:28 PM
I'd like to get one & fill it up with helium. Now THAT would be really getting high!
York Friday Dec 31 03:10 AM
U would have to make some tiny punctures in it on some places and keep it coming! But from the helium you wouldnt be feeling good after a while, headaches , sickness...so lets put some other kind off gassy thing in there...or smoke...??
Karenv Friday Dec 31 05:07 PM
You notice how everything is curvy. You'd feel drunk long before you had enough alcohol to actually be drunk in that.
BigV Thursday Jan 6 01:23 PM
darts, no prob
It must be designed to handle a continuous flow of air, the blowers are running all the time, where is the air going then?
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Jan 6 05:40 PM
Yes, 2 blowers running continuously and in the second picture you can see it's erected over a truss frame so it may droop but it can't collapse.