What books do you have? I think you can tell a lot about someone by their coffee table books. When I moved into my apartment, I got so excited at the idea of having my own coffee table books in my own coffee table. When I picked the table out, I purposely made sure it was wood with glass over it, so I could put the books underneath. That way I can put stuff on the table and see the books through the glass. Mine: from L to R Top row: I Love Lucy: The Complete Picture History of the Most Popular TV Show Ever by Michael McClay (under that) Will & Grace Fabulously Uncensored by Jim Colucci (under that) both editions of Sex and the City: Kiss and Tell by Amy Sohn (the pink reptile first edition is on top of the revised edition) Then ASPCA Complete Guide to Dogs by Sheldon L. Gerstenfeld, V.M.D. Then The Metropolitan Museum of Art Guide (under that) Dorling Kindersley Travel Guides: London Bottom Row, L to R: Arts & Ideas by William Fleming Then The Greedy Bastard Diary: A Comic Tour of America by Eric Idle Then Mythology by Edith Hamilton (under that) Illustrated Dictionary of Mythology by Philip Wilkinson (under that) The Encyclopedia of Mythology by Arthur Cotterell I stole my brother's art history textbook, but my parents took it back, because my brother was looking for it.