Water pipes are a natural choice to be given the glow-in-the-dark treatment, as just like those stars stuck to your childhood bedroom, their contents often lead to you staring at the ceiling for hours. Be mesmerized, with The Good Times Glass. Named for the unbridled joy its two owners apparently get from blowing glass, Good Times crafts glow-in-the-dark, brilliantly color-changing pipes which they adorably insist are "solely intended for tobacco", subsequently demanding that any orders placed "not use any slang terms" -- just when you were about to offer them mad scratch for their tobacco pipe, yo! The heavy hitters're a grip of stand-up pipes including the daylight silica crystal-esque "Glow", which, come darkness, it does in a vibrant ectoplasm green; a blue-veined, white spiral-covered 9" piece which glows in a darker ocean blue; and another similarly spiraled number which emits a lighter neon blue, all of which can also be bought sans bowl, or what the Chargers call "the season". For handheld inhalation, they're rocking a pair of pipes which're orange by day and spiraling neon blue by night, including a tip-bowled one hitter, and a top-bowled pipe dubbed the "Simple Glow Spoon", which actually sounds like the perfect percussion piece to bring to your next jug rave. Uncharacteristically productive, the duo also hand-blows glass clocks, like an orange/gray Yin-Yang piece, and a glowing purple-ish joint with two small hands -- coincidentally, the other things that kept you occupied for hours in your adolescent room.