Actually, between your legs will do.
We recently had a conversation at work about when the moon looks really big. My uncle piped up, "That's just an illusion."
Am I the only one that didn't know? Did I miss that day in 5th grade?
"The moon really isn't bigger when it's low on the horizon. It's always the same distance. It just looks bigger because of the objects surrounding it." He spouts.
I *knew* that. I just never THOUGHT about it.
Next time you see a Harvest Moon, bend over and view it with your head between your legs to change your perspective. It will totally ruin it for you. Totally.
I know, because I did it last night on my way home from the gym. I actually got out of the car and flipped my head down and looked like an idiot in the subdivision. Hey... I had to know before I could tell you!
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