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Crescent Moon on a Stick

stick with crescent moon hanging on end of it
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Crescent Moon on a Stick is a small plastic half moon, with its own internal light. It is attached to the end of a stick via a piece of string connected to a simple winding mechanism, like a fishing reel.

It only has two controls: one for the light, which can be set to on/off, flicker, yellow and blue. The other control releases small amounts of fine gold powder that descends gently as it blows away.

Crescent Moon on a Stick has only one purpose, and that is to bring happiness and delight into those above who's heads it is positioned while a tiny cloud of its lunar dust is released.

xenzag, Jul 27 2013

here's the person to wave the moon over you http://themellowjih.../01/Navy-Sailor.jpg
[xandram, Jul 29 2013]

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       Lunar dust will give you silicosis and lung cancer. I like it. [+]
baconbrain, Jul 27 2013
  

       with inclinometer, could also be used to measure latitude.
not_morrison_rm, Jul 27 2013
  

       With a disinclinometer, could also be used to measure lassitude.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 27 2013
  

       With an incanometer, it could be used to measure ancient Peruvian architecture.
8th of 7, Jul 29 2013
  

       With a pentameter, you can measure the amount of artistic licence in Shakespeare's works.
not_morrison_rm, Jul 29 2013
  

       By my tally [bigs] is in the lead.
AusCan531, Jul 30 2013
  

       Sadly mine too. Ohhh those lissajous figures, they're so hot..
not_morrison_rm, Jul 30 2013
  

       I would like to see a version with a croissant on a fishing line, aside from that [+].
mofosyne, Jul 30 2013
  

       // Ohhh those lissajous figures they're so hot. //   

       That sort of obsession is the sine of a disturbed mind.
8th of 7, Jul 30 2013
  

       I am feeling a bit lissajous right now - what's the best remedy?
pocmloc, Jul 30 2013
  

       [8th], you're really taking this thread off on a tangent, and you've failed to differentiate yourself from the crowd. Maybe you should curl up with a good math textbook.
MechE, Jul 30 2013
  

       Don't say that... you'll transform him into some Fourier'sly angry series killer.
Ling, Jul 30 2013
  

       Enough with the maths puns already. They're irrational and ab surd.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 30 2013
  

       Yes, but fractionally funnier than fish puns, which is an important factor. What subtracts from that is that additional puns multiply the chances of opinion being divided. As an exponent of punnery on a large scale, we are sure you are equal to the task.
8th of 7, Jul 30 2013
  

       I agree, too many maths puns, they are a prime target.
not_morrison_rm, Jul 31 2013
  

       There are probably an infinite number of math puns, or am I being irrational?
Ling, Jul 31 2013
  

       Did I mention that the Crescent Moon can be detached, and the empty rod used to beat irritating people with a manic type of uncontrolled vigor? It is then known as a Lunarstick.
xenzag, Jul 31 2013
  

       No, you didn't. Are you likely to?   

       //Ohhh those lissajous figures they're so hot.   

       I just prefer curvy, it's a fact(or).
not_morrison_rm, Jul 31 2013
  

       "Evocative shimmering silvery light Onna Stick!"
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 31 2013
  

       I'm borderline tempted to form a protest movement for more oscilloscopes to be employed in fashion modelling.
not_morrison_rm, Aug 01 2013
  
      
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