• You either want a second-hand stained glass fixture or you want a custom copy of a Tiffany. Or you want to write in dry-erase marker on a second-hand copy of a Tiffany. You either doubted bruises were real, doubted gods were real, or only remembered the feeling of bleeding Eiffel towers. Maybe you want a murphy bed and a claw-foot bathtub. Maybe you used to share a futon. Maybe you even paid $3.50 for a seven minute shower. It could have been a ten minute shower. You found those shoes in Vancouver, needed shoes badly and developed an attachment. They broke down in California but you were busier breaking in shoes too fancy for hiking. By the time you turned twenty-one, those shoes were being sold in Chicago-area shopping malls. You found them, however, for much less in Philadelphia. This is a compatability test. It is likely to change.