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  Hmmm 5.
Scary Chinese mannequins!

Does this make you want to buy those clothes? That's what I thought. The mall attached to the Grand Hyatt has of lot of these bizarre, anime-looking mannequins, believe it or not. (And after everything else I've told you, why wouldn't you believe it?) They actually come in all sorts of poses, including kissing, smiling, and just plain standing around looking "normal," which--as far as I can tell--is what they guy in these pictures is doing. In terms of sheer numbers, there are more of what I will now have to start calling "Western standard" mannequins, but this model tends to stand out a little more. I mean, it's not every day you walk by a store window and find a vaguely disturbing mannequin with blue stripes in his hair winking at you ...

Then again, maybe he's just got something in his eye. I can't tell.

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