New Plus-Size Clothing Store To Play Pre-Recorded Compliments In Fitting Rooms

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New Plus-Size Clothing Store To Play Pre-Recorded Compliments In Fitting Rooms

According to the British website GetWestLondon, a new plus-size clothing store outside London plans to feature fitting rooms that play audio recordings of compliments while customers try on clothes. What do you think?

  • “That’s all right, I always bring some friends to give me insincere compliments whenever I go shopping.”

    Mary Clearwater
    Curriculum Designer
  • “It’s nice to know that in London, plus-size people are also considered idiots.”

    Matt Herndon
    Parking Ticket Issuer
  • “Sorry, but no machine can make the experience of trying on clothes as awkward and uncomfortable as a real-life salesperson.”

    Amelia Barston
    Visitor Center Representative