At some point in most people's lives they will look up during a night sky and notice that the mysterious glowing orb that follows them to their car appears to be shrinking, or—at the very least—have some kind of bite out of it. Shed light on this confusion with our guide to the different phases of the moon:
Crescent Moon: Resembles someone attempting to wink at you, but not doing a good enough job to seal the deal.
Full Moon: Perfect time for a visit, as there will be more moon to stand on.
Half Moon: This phase of the moon is the logo for, and is sponsored by, TBS: Very Funny—On The Moon?!
Waxing Gibbous: Like most cosmic phenomena, this phase of the moon is named after a Star Wars character, because most scientists weren't exactly high-school quarterbacks, if you know what I mean.
Blue Moon: Easy to remember, because the moon will be a piercing blood red.
New Moon: The partial moon, currently under construction at Cape Canaveral, has an improved LED screen to remind everyone that sponsor TBS is still very funny.