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Forget Counting Sheep: Bed With Overhead Aquarium

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This is a bed with a custom $11,500 650-gallon acrylic aquarium "headboard" spanning above it. That way instead of counting sheep when you go to bed you can count fish. Don't like fish? Get turtles. Don't like turtles? There's something wrong with you. There's currently a 3-4 months lead-time before shipping and the price does not include installation. They just drop that shit off at the end of your driveway and flip you the bird. "Good luck putting it together, @$$hole!" I imagine them yelling before backing over your mailbox and speeding off.

Thanks to PYY, who's proud of me for not making a "sleeping with the fishies" joke.

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  • Dylan Langford

    That would be my night light haha :)

  • Jessie Leavitte

    This looks awesome yet I wonder if it is safe. You can't keep yourself from imagining on what might happen. So I think it's cool to go to the simple one.

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  • lauralouise90

    How to save up $11,500..... This is amazing Take my Money - I'd make it into a marine tank and have lots of little nemos swimming around!

  • This looks beautiful but i am sure it will definitely disturb your sleep, why would someone wants to see fishes when going to bed, this only looks good to eyes, your mind can be diverted by it while trying to sleep.

  • HouseofChristina

    WOW, only 12k??? I thot itd be more,......

  • gob

    yes! the first thing i want to see in the morning are fishassholes.

  • gob

    and "The fishassholes" would be a nice name for a punkband.

  • Natalie Smith

    This was made by the company ATM (AKA the people on the show Tanked) for a furniture store. It's not an actual bed that someone ordered for personal use.

  • Lee

    Neat, can I get that for my "Sims 3" house?

  • Guest

    Fairly certain this is Troy McClure's dream bed.

  • But where do we remember that dream bed from?

  • 11,000 dollars i think i'll just make one ,, except 99% risk of the 2460 kilo aquarium landing on my face when i'm sleeping but i think it'll be still a better option xD

  • ZomBBombeR

    I agree with @BillGatesIsYourDaddy:disqus if you can buy this then a quiet filter is not likely out of your price range, if it is you need to work on priorities, all that aside I'd just like to say regardless or drowning, sex bruises, being crushed by 2 tons of water and loud filters, I wouldn't be able to sleep under this anyway becuase night lights keep me awake indefinitly[let alone ones suspended over my head full of water], even as a child, I just prefer pitch darkness to ease myself to slumber I guess.

  • Natalie

    The same with me, it is stunning but the light and filter would keep me awake. Even a quiet filter would make some noise enough to keep me awake.

  • BillGatesIsYourDaddy

    you put the lights on a timer. especially if you are going to run a saltwater tank, you will need scheduled darkness for the critters just as IRL

  • lordpikachu

    isnt that loud? i feel like the fishtank would keep me awake all night

  • BillGatesIsYourDaddy

    the tank isn't making any noise...and the fish usually keep to themselves and don't say much.

    if you are speaking of the filtration system then I am sure if you have $12,000 to drop on this you can afforded the whisper quiet systems.

    ...but with 2.5+ tons of water sitting over your head I would bet the noise is not your most pressing worry during the night.

  • I thought this was really cool at first, but then I realized you would be looking at fish bottoms all the time. Thats where the gross stuff happens...

  • BillGatesIsYourDaddy

    imagine waking up to a bottom feeder sucking the glass right above you.

    http://tinyurl.com/9529a2k

  • Guest

    I know there's a Blowfish joke in here somewhere...

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