My fake mobile Nokia phone came today - it's fantastic! The buttons click properly, it has various input socket thingies, the weight even feels right, the holographic image 'screensaver' even looks like it is switched on. It looks like it's fully operational but it is all an illusion. Perfect. Mums apparently buy these fake phones for their small children to protect their real one from being chewed and dropped on the floor a hundred times a day. What was real was the thrill of placing it on things, in a casual, mobile-phone user way, and seeing that it even sat there on things just like it was an actual completely real one. It's pretend, which means it's actually much, much better than a real one.