Re: Hookah table
They are novelties, I've seen a few in syria that were like backgammon tables/hookahs where the clay bowl was to the right of each player on the table and a hose came out for each player. It tried to combine 2 things you'd find in a street cafe. As for being successful I think its a pain to maintain.
"blu mist rulz dawg an that stuff ain't like it an if youz don't agree you bez a shithead yo" - Hajo Flettner