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    Moderator Arthur Little's Avatar
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    Bodies Of Shop Female Mannequins Are "Unrealistic"

    Funnily enough, I've often thought that!

    's certainly true in Primark's Perth store, which - for some strange reason - seems to consistently stock a plethora of X/S sizes in BOTH men's and women's clothing. , really ... considering the vast majority of customers are taller (and broader) than they ever were.

    According to the 'Journal of Eating Disorders', these display mannequins are, invariably disproportionate in size to the average male and/or female bodybuilds. Hence their "dimensions" are also deemed "medically unhealthy" - being patently far too thin when compared against a standard~sized bodyshape.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/articl...nd-unrealistic ...



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    Not sure I want to see a 'naked' fat mannequin though


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    Bodies of your blow up dolls are unrealistic too .
    But over the last few years they have become much better.
    Even some have special features like talking and even crying too.
    But i am sure they don't cry, they just want to be emptied.


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