You need this Pac-Man Lamp.
A few things you may or may not know about Pac-Man, which will help you agree.
Within 15 months of its U.S. release, Namco/Bandai sold more than 100,000 arcade units and fans spent more than $1 billion in quarters to spark the pop-culture phenomenon.
He's the most recognised video character in history.
The game is a metaphor for life. This is because the game is essentially unwinnable. It just gets harder and faster until you die. Just like life.
He was originally called 'Puck-Man' in Japanese but people were worried scamps would graffiti up the games machines by replacing the P with an F so they changed his name. The spoilsports.
He looks like he may have jaundice, he's pursued by supernatural forces, he craves 'power' pills and clearly has an eating disorder.
See, told you you'd agree. Go 'insert coins now please' (At the Firebox checkout. Not actually into the Pac-Man lamp, he's not a money box).