The Existential Crisis Duck: A ‘Sad’ Lamp to Help You Sleep – Design You Trust

The Existential Crisis Duck: A ‘Sad’ Lamp to Help You Sleep


It was just another day in the life of an average duck, waddling around and quacking to its heart’s content, when suddenly a question hit him like a bolt of lightning: “Who am I?” That simple question sparked an existential crisis, leading the duck to ponder the purpose of its existence. Can a duck do more than just quack and eat breadcrumbs? Is that all there is to life? It’s a feeling that many of us can relate to.

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Perhaps that’s why the existential crisis duck night light was created. This funny lamp with a soft silicone body emits a warm glow, perfect for helping you drift off to sleep. And after 30 minutes, it will turn off automatically, ensuring that you get a peaceful night’s rest.


But this duck isn’t just a lamp – it can become your loyal companion. Its wireless design means you can take it with you wherever you go, providing a comforting presence to help ease any existential woes. Just be sure to turn its butt away from you, so you don’t have to look at the X that marks its butthole. It may be too distracting and interfere with your ability to fall asleep.


So, if you too are going through an existential crisis, know that you’re not alone. Share your thoughts and experiences in the comment section below, and let’s all find comfort in the fact that even a simple duck can inspire deep contemplation about the meaning of life.


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