OOC: Much laughter at the antics, and indeed I recall Sir 'Alias' and the Meals Rejected by the Enemy. Almost picked some up IRL the other day for a weekend hike because of that...
Sliding down the long, rectangular corridor, passing branch after ever more contorted sidebranch, Chad begins passing by some chambers that exit immediately onto the corridor. Within, the decorations do not seem as much a matter of "One of the endless possible permutations", but rather seem to have some design to them. The first clue is that a hell of a lot of them look like fountains, replete with water-filled basins, jets of water, and the occasional grotesque face (made more, or perhaps less, grotesque by the lack of skill expended in their formation).
The second clue is that, from one doorway a little farther down the corridor from Chad, a silvery head sticks out into the passage, turning slowly as it tracks his movements. Getting into viewing range, the head is attached, of all things, to a clothed male body... clothed in the sense that it has a pair of cargo shorts on. The third clue arrives in the form of a question, as the mirrored head speaks:
"Are you just passing through and checking out the designs, or looking for something in particular?" the figure asks, head continuing to turn and track, with an interested expression, Chad sliding along with his body in it's 'default' shape.
It is debatable whether it is a 'clue' that the spherical room the figure looks out of is carpeted, 'wall-to-wall' and 'floor-to-ceiling', as it were. Regardless of its status as a 'clue', however, it is, as far as the eyes can see, a 'fact'.