Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Pleasure Chest

for those who get SAD in winter
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Bemoaning the dreaded winter darkness and other unpleasant wintry things like cold rain, snow, slushy feet, and a relatively grey fading to white landscape, I dream of Summer. The Pleasure Chest can be your own personal treasure chest. There are 2 sizes; a tabletop version and a floor model. Mine would be a rather large box painted in a tropical style with Hibiscus and Bougainvillea flowers of many colors. When opened, the top lid of the trunk lights up with full spectrum lights and/or some tanning lights. There is a small well for essential oil (or fragrance) near the light, so when it warms up the scents of summer float around. I like coconut or ones reminiscent of suntan lotion. In the lower section there are some empty cubicles for placing objects like shells, other found objects from the beach, or anything that brings back that Summer feeling. (sand, ants, picnic items, snorkels, flippers, a Sponge Bob bathing suit, or drinks with paper umbrellas…) I’d put in Pineapple Lip balm, Jamaican rum, my favorite beach towel, and a small Zen fountain just to start. For those who want visuals, there is an optional DVD player available. It is powered by electricity but may be able to operate on a large rechargeable battery for a short time.
xandram, Jan 19 2006

Pleasure Chest http://www.thepleasurechest.com/
A New York stalwart. This place will either really cheer you up or make you very depressed indeed. [DrCurry, Jan 19 2006]


       don't need any money here at the halfbakery Be informed-SAD = Seasonal Affective Disorder
xandram, Jan 19 2006

       The cost isn't relevant at all. We're in the HB, [21]. Give over with this cost-obsession. Everything here is imaginary, including the contents of our pockets.
squeak, Jan 19 2006

       oops, I never searched the title, but thanks to DrCurry, there is another interesting side to this.
xandram, Jan 19 2006

       o no, I must have deleted by mistake --please put it back. I would never delete another's anno. so sorry that I've been having difficulting with (edit) today.
xandram, Jan 19 2006

       Thank you [boysparks] I'm still kind of new~B....
xandram, Jan 19 2006

       One of my ex's had a pleasurable chest.
skinflaps, Jan 19 2006

       some of us just have a bottom drawer.
po, Jan 19 2006

       Others just get pleasure from the drawers on others' bottoms.
RayfordSteele, Jan 21 2006

       [druze] that is such a nice idea, and here I was thinking of myself!
xandram, Jan 25 2006


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