Every now and then, you get a doll that has a pretty serious flaw. Unfortunately I got one from LDD that has a left knee and right foot that are so loose in the joint areas, it can't stand on it's own without support. To some people this might seem like nothing but, as an artist an photographer, it pretty much sucks. I thought of getting a syringe and injecting a small amount of water into the loose joint areas which would start a rust reaction which causes the joint to become stiffer. Problem with that is it can cause the joints in time to become impossible to move without breaking or snapping them. The body style of this doll (which I'm sure you will easily be able to identify with the posted photos below) is one of the heavier ones from LDD that is hard to control once the legs buckle from the weak knee and ankle joints, as it starts to tumble to the floor. I wish I had gotten a different doll at the time now but, I always try to solve or make the best out of any problem situation that may arise. Without further ado I present to you Susan (not LDD's name for her), the Chic who needs constant support.