This being a phantasmagorical scene in a unique museum dedicated to what you may just be feeling this morning after the night before. It's the Museum of Hangovers, in Zagreb, Croatia.
The odd venue was founded by Rino Dubokovic, a computer science student at the local university, who came up with the idea after a night in a nearby bar, swapping stories with friends about hangovers.
Exhibits include not only items based on the friends' stories but also an interactive area where visitors can test their reactions while wearing 'beer goggles,' tell their own stories of best and worst hangover experiences—and examine the museum's collection of objects people were surprised to wake up with the next day.
There's also a booze-and-bust themed gift shop with drinking games and bar activities. But Dubokovic told CNN that he's really not trying to glorify binge drinking, says that "In the future, we want to make people aware of the bad things related to alcohol." Just not this morning. If you can't make it to the museum, take two aspirin and go back to bed. Happy New Year!