On University Place:
Is it wrong for me to wonder if the woman in the reflection is wearing undergarments similar to those worn by the mannequins? Oh, and is a mannequin still a mannequin if there's no head or rams or legs attached and it's only a torso (I suppose I could have just said "torso" and left out that obvious description)? I'm of the belief that a mannequin can only be referred to as a mannequin if it has the whole compliment of body parts from head to feet, and yes, even arms. I don't go in for those Venus DiMannequins you see around some of the shops that are too cheap to pay for arms.
Two arms, I say.