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January 29, 2011
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Botched Boob Job Barbie
This line of dolls was created to emphasize our society' s obsession with looks, youth, and bodacious ta tas, and how far that obsession could take us.
Presented as ..
Pamela Anderson - poster child for augmentations. As a commemorative to society's obsession with BBBB - big boobed blonde bimbos, the doll serves as an example of how building a body to suit fantasy got publicity, TV and movie roles in spite of her lack of acting talents.
Gives little girls, and little grown up girls pause for thought - when it's all over, and there are no awards for talent of any kind, when all that's left is the disfigured body, what is there?
Vivica Fox - This doll and her disfigured, hardened implants will have an impact on the plastic surgery community for a while. At least until there's another horrible disfiguration. Vivicas is the popular term for hardened implants now. Fame at any cost? She may not be remembered for her acting, but her name will live on forever.
Dolly Parton, the mother of all boob jobs> She comes in a country western singer costume with guitar. Guitar strap nestles uncomfortably over shoulder and lies between her weapons of mass distraction.
The Donatella Versace implant doll has been recalled. It made children's and adults eyes bleed.
 
January 30, 2011
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All About Choices Barbies and Ken

  

Nun Barbie - some girls decide not to pursue motherhood, careers, or other worldly endeavors. Nun Barbie represents that some forego that path for one of service. Dressed in traditional nuns' habit, the black serge tunic, white wimple, black veil, Sister Mary Barbie holds a small bible and tiny rosary in her right hand.
 
Polygamy Family.
Mormon Ken and 4 wives. Set of 5 dolls.
Brother Ken wears a white shirt, dark tie, and dark slacks.
Barbies as wives-to-the-same-man may come in a variety of traditional or modern ensembles, but all wear "the garment" as a symbol of their purity and commitment. Sewn to their hands is the book of mormon.
Polygamy Barbies represent the choice to stay within a communities that practice non-mainstream lifestyles, according to their community's interpretation of a book. As long as they live outside polite society, out from under Big Brother's watchful eye, in a state contolled by members of their own religion.
Numerous children sold separately.
 
Amish Barbie comes plainly dressed, in a navy blue wool dress, white apron, and navy cape. Her blond hair is pulled back tightly under bonnet. She has no makeup on her face. Ever. She wears no jewelry. Ever.
Black dress, cape for formal occasions sold separately.
Amish Barbie represents the choice to live in a pacifist community, with family and friends, for fear of ostracism if she leaves.
Manual tiller sold separately. Butter churn sold separately.
January 30, 2011
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Pagan Barbie. Straight natural hair. Wearing a hand loomed, embroidered dress, tapestry purse, hexagon necklace and Birkenstocks.
Pull her cord and she chants.
Comes with cat, amethyst bowl and mortar and pestle. Dowsing rods sold separately.
January 30, 2011
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Rasta Barbie. Wearing a tie-dyed t-shirt, cargo pants, tiny hemp sandals. Her hair is styled in dusty dreadlocks. comes with reggae
CD, plastic ganja, and rolling papers. Small pipe sold separately
January 30, 2011
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Internet Porn Addiction Ken
This doll comes with a laptop, pale complexion, bloodshot eyes, and coffee-stained, wrinkled clothes.
Includes with a 3-month subscription to Barbies-Gone-Wild.com and a box of Kleenex.
Pull his string and...on second thought, we recommend that you do NOT pull the string.
We also recommend you not touch the laptop.
February 2, 2011
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Barbie the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans.
 
Barbie as Marie Laveau is wearing an ankle length Creole style maroon dress, bodacious yellow tignon, matching shawl, and brown lace up boots. Golden hoop earrings dangle from her dainty ears and 13 tiny gold bracelets adorn her right arm.
 
Marie LaVeau's accessories include 2 short fat candles, 3 small jars of dried herbs, 1 small gris gris bag, 1 small plastic human skull. Headless chicken an cd of voodoo ritual drums included.
 
Marie comes in a tall, double box. Extra height required for tignon. One side is a backdrop of historic drawings of the French Quarter, the other, an herb apothecary.
Zombi, her snake sold separately.
 
Pull her string to hear her say, "I put a spell on you, bebe. Gar -own- tee it"

"My mojo is strong"
February 2, 2011
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Yup! Keep yer MoJO workin' for us!

Kiss

February 5, 2011
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Marie Antionette Barbie
She has been manufactured before, but this one talks, and has more accesories, to better depict Marie's character and life.
 
Barbie as Queen Marie Antoinette is attired in her blue coronation robes, hair piled in an insanely high pompadour on her regal head. One lavish "diamond" necklace, and another in pearl is included.
Madamoiselle comes with a doll dressed as extravagantly as she is. Included in set is a small deck of French royalty playing cards. Yes, she's the Queen on the cards. Marie's golden harpsichord is also included.
 
Pull her cord and she says,
"Shouldn't interfere in politics"
"I could have been an interior decorator"
"I said brioche, not CAKE."
Powdered wig collection sold separately.
Marie Antoinette's ensembles are sold separately.
Petit Trianon sold separately for $325.99. May be purchased with credit card approval in three installments of $108.66. It is a Royal Chateau after all!!
 
Barbie as The Widow Capet is the second in this line of famous people. Her hair is shaved and she is dressed in simple clothing, a white dress and cap. She comes in a box with a backdrop of an ancient prison cell. She has no more to say. Guillotine included. The Widow Capet may be purchased separately.
February 5, 2011
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Marie Antionette Barbie
She has been manufactured before, but this one talks, and has more accesories, to better depict Marie's character and life.
 
Barbie as Queen Marie Antoinette is attired in her blue coronation robes, hair piled in an insanely high pompadour on her regal head. One lavish "diamond" necklace, and another in pearl is included.
Madamoiselle comes with a doll dressed as extravagantly as she is. Included in set is a small deck of French royalty playing cards. Yes, she's the Queen on the cards. Marie's golden harpsichord is also included.
 
Pull her cord and she says,
"Shouldn't interfere in politics"
"I could have been an interior decorator"
"I said brioche, not CAKE."
Powdered wig collection sold separately.
Marie Antoinette's ensembles are sold separately.
Petit Trianon sold separately for $325.99. May be purchased with credit card approval in three installments of $108.66. It is a Royal Chateau after all!!
 
Barbie as The Widow Capet is the second in this line of famous people. Her hair is shaved and she is dressed in simple clothing, a white dress and cap. She comes in a box with a backdrop of an ancient prison cell. She has no more to say. Guillotine included. The Widow Capet may be purchased separately.
February 5, 2011
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Lion Tamer Ken
After Barbie ditched Ken for being a beach bum with no goals, he ran off and joined the circus...as a lion tamer! Unfortunately, training was not considered prior to making this decision. Lion is included. Kens head is not.
Pull the lion's string and he roars.
February 11, 2011
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Until I see a Barbie Doll trailer trash posted I just don't feel at homeCry

February 12, 2011
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Elopment Barbie -

Nothing posted here because she's GONE.

February 12, 2011
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MA_ LOL

February 13, 2011
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How bout Walmart Barbie, she is wearing her comfy pants (fromally known as pj bottoms), bedroom slippers, standing at the cash register with her food stamp card purchasing potatoe chips, a case of cola, boxes of ding dongs and twinkies, coffee, creamer, sugar, and a gallon of milk. When she gets up to the register to pay she finds out there isn't enough left on the balance of her food stamp card then promptly puts the gallon of milk back completes her transaction then walks out the store. The rest of the tax payers are relieved to know that there is a government food stamp  program that they pay for to make sure people are getting the proper nourishment that they need.

October 27, 2011
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This is indeed the most hilarious thread I've ever read. It does seem to me that there were a LOT more in the list - are the rest gone forever? I hope not.Laugh

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