Want to outdo the Truth Booth? Right next to it, set up the Praise Chaise. (OK, I’m committing another Rhyme Crime.) Anyway, a silver-tongued host stands by a lounge chair, and invites people to lay back and relax, while getting effusively flattered (an ego massage). Bet this would do better business than the Truth Booth, but they might complement (and compliment) each other. Besides, the Praise Chaise might lend itself to better merchandise, with a mini-shop called Flattery Hattery, with headgear with all-purpose positives messages like “Yes!” or “Like it,” Quite!” or “Nice!” or icons like a thumbs-up.