It'd be pretty crazy for there to be an `RSpec::Object` or `RSpec::Expectations::Object,` but 1) Ruby's constant resolution rules have changed and I don't always remember them and 2) We were originally defensive about it.
instead of requiring a specific type. - `Time`, for example, is a legit alternative. - Fixes issue introduced by #145
This allows users to manually add these methods to proxy objects that do not have them. Closes #114.