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IMG_1647There’s a lot to learn here. First it is against the rules to show faces. So it is routine to have missing faces in advertisements. This is all well and good until a patient arrives in the clinic with a completely veiled face or at most the eyes showing. Then they ask me if I remember them. It would not be polite to laugh. But seriously…..!

Behind closed doors, high walls, and covered windows someone is pretty racy. Ah? Remember Victorian England? One more comment – no one is as thin as the display models. When the average BMI is way over 30….

And men were this style like a suit. If you look there are choices in color. But 95% or more are all wearing white. So it is unusual for me to notice there’s any color choice.

IMG_1646And men wear this style like a suit. If you look there are choices in color. But 95% or more are all wearing white. So it seems unusual for me to notice there’s any color choice.

 

One response

  1. Is it acceptable for women to shop in that lingerie shop? I think not. I bet not. I guess it’s okay to look at the body through a display window. How the heck do you examine women there? Or don’t male doctors examine women? This whole thing takes some getting used to, I’d bet. For goodness sake, don’t make a mistake that lands you in the pokey headed for the gallows… 😉

    November 29, 2013 at 12:38 am

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