The opinions of the characters in this blog do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the author

The opinions of the characters in this blog do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the author

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16 thoughts on “The opinions of the characters in this blog do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the author

  1. Jennwith2ns says:

    Yeah–I liked those mannequins. 🙂

  2. Yheela says:

    Maybe now clothes will actually look as good on me as they do on the mannequins…

  3. Hysterical ! ! The comments too!

  4. lucebuona says:

    I hope that realistic-mannequins trend spreads as a virus. Let’s forget about the unrealistic expectations: )

  5. kyliemarie says:

    We have what they call “plus size” mannequins at work and they are in reality a Large.. still much more realistic.

  6. witzshared says:

    They have zaftig mannequins!?!?

  7. Love those mannequins! They look normal 🙂

  8. limarris82 says:

    I really love your style. epic

  9. Flo me la says:

    What fat mannequins? /Confused Swede

  10. stanze says:

    In Germany Dove (Unilever) used to have only normal (fat) mannequins. Guess what, the female consumers complained, because the “normal mannequins still looked better” then they. They wanted to hunger-mannequins back, because compared to them everybody looks fat but not necessarily worse. I would support normal mannequins though, can’t force women to eat toilet paper all day long.

  11. Eddy Winko says:

    Built for comfort, not for speed!

  12. jcantwell2 says:

    There is a great quote by the comedian Maria Bamford when told she looked really great after being sick for weeks and loosing a lot of weight. ehm, ” OH MY GOD THANK YOU, HEY CAN YOU IMAGINE HOW THIN WE’LL BE WHEN WE’RE DEAD!”

    good post is the point

  13. Robin says:

    “Real” mannequins, then maybe we’ll feel like real women again, you know the ones…with boobs and hips?! I enjoy my food & I enjoy being a real woman.

  14. Lauren says:

    love these mannequins! Too bad they’re not in the U.S. – but I’m not surprised by that. But at least there is hope out there that someday people will wake up and admit that the average American woman is a size 12 or 14, which is more than double the size of typical mannequins used in retail clothing stores.

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