Unless a woman's listed in the phonebook with the letters H.R.H. before her name, she is not a queen. And when you see a dame's throw pillow with words like "princess" or "throne," or expressions like "Queen of the Castle," it is, essentially, her down feathered vision wall. She hopes to be or thinks of herself as a person of nobility and will expect you to lavish her with presents and gifts befitting someone of her status. Due to the burdens of noblesse oblige, she'll treat anyone in her company like footmen, jesters, handmaidens, and eunuchs of her royal court.