Your Personal Moon Shines in Dark Places

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Shooting for the moon is a bit easier when you have one of these wacky Russian personal moon light boxes. I can't even imagine what they're for, but the users so far have come up with some fascinating, classic and even cryptic uses for a portable crescent. Good luck getting any sleep next to this thing, though; it appears somebody accidentally set the brightness level to "sun." [English Russia]

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halloweenjack
halloweenjack, King of the Wild Frontier

It does look like it might make for a nice big night-light for having sex by, as an alternative to candles. I'm also guessing that they would charge somewhere in four figures for it, and that you could probably gin up something very much like it from some frosted plexiglass and fluorescent bulbs for less than $100. And have a heck of a conversation piece for your next garage sale three years later.