If I were ever to wake up tomorrow morning to find that I could from then on have another room entirely at my disposal, on the condition that were I to add more than three things to it it would disappear irrevocably, I should have a very easy time finding things to have there.
The first thing I should want would be my invisible spray. As long as I have a sufficient supply of that, I could count on total privacy. All I should have to do whenever I don’t want anyone to know I’m around, would be to spray a couple of spritzes upon me. That way I could have lots of time to myself. Imagine all the annoying inconveniences I could avoid just by disappearing.
Another thing I should really like would be my anywhere door. It’s quite portable and fits very easily onto any door of any size. With an anywhere door I could travel anywhere in the world without all the annoying inconveniences of conventional travel. All I should have to do would be to set the dial for my desired destination and I could get there perfectly without any traffic, turbulence, bad weather or potholes. Never again should I have to be bothered with a G.P.S. or websites like Wunderground or Google Maps.
Last but not least, no room could possibly be complete without a time machine. Frequently life in the here and now can get annoying. A time machine is a lot like an anywhere door, except that it deals with the temporal rather than the spatial dimension. I could hang around in times like La Belle Epoque and the Jazz Age, or the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Since I’d be restricted to only three things, I might as well make sure they’re things I can really use to my very best possible advantage. With my imagination I can really get quite a kick out of those things.