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Russian designer Maxim Maximov (insert witty name joke here) has designed a clock to inform us of when to eat, sleep, watch films and when to, ehem, have sexytime. Inexplicably named "Friendly Clock" you simply program your schedule, in four-letter words, apparently, and it will pop up below the time. Nothing like a clock to tell you when to stop eating and when to start "loving." We like the concept, but really, who can tell time from a 24-hour clock anymore? — Christianna Ablahad
· "Friendly Clock" from Maxim Maximov [Beautiful Life]
· Maxim Maximov [Official Site]