Someone's shot your bulb mate. Bad luck.
That's where you're wrong, friend. But we appreciate your concern for our lighting ailments.
This bulb, you see, is indefinitely frozen in a state of shattered anguish, forever living in a permanent state of brokenness.
That's pretty deep man.
Isn't it just? It's a glorious representation of a split second in time, but the best part is the fact that you can pretend you're a superhero who can freeze time itself.
Must take ages to glue all that together.
For the lesser 3D printer-less mortal, yes. But not for Swedish company Gässling who manufactures the faux smashed bulbs using, well, 3D printers.
They're printed using a white nylon material, making them a lot more durable than their fragile appearance suggests, and a six-watt LED bulb takes care of illumination.
More after the break...
What if I don't like bullets?
Then it's your lucky day! Two other designs are also available, ranging from the "Oh s**t I dropped it" to the "my lightbulb is having a supernova".
I'll bite. How much? £20?
What the -
Hey. Art doesn't come cheap. Apparently.
Just charge the locals a few quid to see the amazing 'Frozen in time' museum in your living room and you'll be raking the money back in no time.