Alcoholic Spray Promises a Few Seconds of Instant Intoxication [VIDEO]

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The product featured in the above video may be the perfect accessory for a Saturday night. Meet the "Spray That Makes You Drunk" -- WA|AH Quantum Sensations -- created by scientist David Edwards and designer Philippe Starck.

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The WA|AH spray lets users skip breakfast, lunch and dinner and go straight to drinking. The product promises the short-term effects of alcohol -- without the hangover or embarrassing moments. The new gadget premiered at a Paris exhibition recently and will hit store shelves in Europe soon.

The small lipstick-sized metallic canister holds around 2 milliliters of alcohol -- 1000 times less than a cocktail, says the Daily Mail.

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But, the spray's creators say the "shock is immediate, like a sensorial alarm."

The spray will cost 20 Euros or around $26 a vial.

Would you spend $26 on the alcoholic spray? Sound off in the comments.

This story originally published on Mashable here.

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