Rat couture

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They should have charged her extra for that.

A couple things I don't understand. If she didn't want rat, how did she not notice the rat when she tried on the clothing? Dead rats weigh down your clothes and make them feel lumpy. From the article, it appears she didn't wear her dress until a month after her purchase, then she noticed a pungent odor after wearing the dress to her job. Why no pungent odor in her closet for the month she didn't wear the dress? Maybe the pungent odor was her. I start smelling long before it's time for my annual bath, and it's not from dead rats on me.

burgerwars said:   .....  If she didn't want rat ...
I admit, I did not read the story, and I thought this was a new fashion:  

she couldn't afford mink, ​so she ordered the dress with a dead rat sewn in.
That was close enough. 

the woman sounds like quite the ratconteur

sublimosa said:   the woman sounds like quite the ratconteur
  or , I would say, ratconteuse

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