Marlene: Darlene, do you see that?
Marlene: That poor woman over there. No, not now. Now. Look.
Darlene: Oh, my goodness. I can’t believe it.
Marlene: So you’re seeing it too? I thought I was hallucinating.
Darlene: No — she’s actually wearing a dress without any pockets.
Marlene: I didn’t know they still made those!
Darlene: It must have been grandmothered in. It’s certainly from before the Handbag Revolt.
Marlene: Where does she put her keys? Or her lipstick? Or … her hands?
Darlene: We shouldn’t stare. It’s not kind. I’ve got two handkerchiefs and some safety pins in my pockets, maybe we can offer to make her some pockets? Just until she can get home.
Marlene: You’ve got a good heart, Darlene. Let’s go.