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    Thread: Good Giggle

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      Good Giggle

      Was at the Navy Exchange this morning and saw two associates trying to dress mannequins for a kids clothing display. Mannequins were winning despite sometimes being held upside down. A real 2 year old would have been easier to dress.
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      Maybe they should have had a 2 year old dress them.
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      I've always wondered how that gets done. The arms and legs come off, right? And what sizes are those things anyway? What a nightmare.

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      Quote Originally Posted by janedoe View Post
      I've always wondered how that gets done. The arms and legs come off, right? And what sizes are those things anyway? What a nightmare.
      In this particular case, the legs did not come off so the mannequins were upside down to put jeans, shorts and shoes on. I do believe they come in standard sizes.

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      Surely there's a video of that on the internet somewhere by now?

      I happened along one day as two young store employees were attempting to move two store mannequins. They were having a bit of time too, it seemed a certain amount of manhandling was needed. They were young men. The mannequins were female. Naked females. Oh my, the young men had SUCH red faces. I imagine every person who walked by laughed and smirked like I did.
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      I'm guessing the associate don't have kids.
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