Someone recently pointed out this phrase in my work: “She fondled a breast.” He said, “Everyone in the joint has breasts.” True enough. So, apparently, it was too ambiguous. Bear in mind, we’re talking about a solo stripper here, and it's not a lap-dance. Do I really have to say “her breast?” And then, of course, it can sound like she only has one (yikes), so I’d want to say which one. “She fondled her right breast.” I dunno. . . it sounds too specific, too stiff. Feels like unnecessary detail. Then there’s this sentence, which is similar: “He draped an arm across the head support of his seat.” Do I really need to say which arm and that it was his arm, to cover for the possibility that he might have a truckload of prosthetic arms lying around, or that he might have yanked the other guy out of his seat for some reason? The MC is in the passenger seat, talking to a guy in the driver’s seat. Isn’t all this information either self-evident or unimportant? I try not to disregard comments entirely. It bothered someone, so maybe there's something to it. . . Your thoughts?