Remembering the names of constellations and seeing what others see in the smattering of stars is often difficult. Try, as example, Camelopardaus. If that is too easy, try Serpens.
A friend recently suggested that inventing your own constellations (and reinventing them nightly) is a much more practical approach. You simply gaze up to the firmament and find constellations you fancy as the mood strikes you.
I tried that last night. Almost immediately I located Lopsided Box. Just beside that I found Three-Legged Dog. Before long, I had the spangled sky filled with constellations. I found automobiles, kitchen utensils, Salma Hayek, Man Raking Leaves and even Blinking Cellphone up there.
I figure that the next logical step is finding adult-rated constellations.
As a final note, Salma Hayek may not count because I pretty much see her everywhere.