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50 quid? For that?! You must be making mad money now!
Oh dear lord...Your right, you really do have better things to spend that sort of money on it. While your buying barbie dolls people in third world countries are dying of third world country related causes of death.TUT TUT, Bryony. To Shame...XD LOOOOOOOOOL
Bryony, oh dear... sorry for braking it to you, but... that hair is blue! Like sea blue or something.I absolutely agree with Thomayus; it's a disgrace that you buy some stupid doll with blue hair, whereas the people in the third world coutries... don't have maps! :(
I love you but you have gone fucking ape shit crazy hahahaOver 100 dollars on a doll that you will stare at for a day and then forget you own!!<3 <3 <3
Bri, It's YOU with green hair! Excellant! I'm not familar with Blythe but Hasbro is a big toy company in the States. Buy it if it gives you pleasure to look at but remember you don't wnt to clutter up your life with too much stuff.(In other words:Don't make the mistake(s) I made)The doll is FER more pleasent to look at than the Chopper parts cluttering up my garage!
holy smokes...50 pounds for that doll!!! either you have mucho beanolias or you burn through lots of plastic!!!
I am beginning to think you just might like the color green! Good thing your money comes in different colors, or you'd never be able to spend it!
OMG, she's so manipulating your brains, people!That hair is blue, damnit!And it's not really a doll, but an action figure. Meh, whatever... keep believing everything you read on the internet is true.
This doll shows the power of having Baroness Thatcher's wisdom and the neo-imperialist system that shows how well you can live in the United Kingdom.Toward your doll, it is apparent to many outside observers that post-World War II doll-buying has left a good part of Europe, including many British, with an almost manic obsession over so-called "dollism." From all outward appearances, anything approaching green hair, be it blue-ish hair, or sea green hair, or even aquamarine-tinged blue-ish green hair seems to be listened to with a jaundiced ear by the vast majority of Europeans. It then seems to be quickly, lazily and dismissively labeled "conspicuous consumption." It's really a surprise, then, that the English haven't given up owning dolls for fear of being so labeled.LOL!!!(For you readers: if you don't get the humor in this, see yesterday's response to Paperlilies' post about tarnishing her reputation.)
OK...ummm...that doll looks like thestylesfox.You have a girl crush dontcha!!!
hahah, you're insane & i love it.
Is that all? Pah, that's nothing... My custom Roger Moore figure cost almost twice that... But I'll still award you 3 geek points for your effrot cos I'm nice like that see?
It's a young Christina Ricci!A Roger Moore figure is pretty damn impressive.I have no dolls, but I DO still have the Empire Strikes Back Pop-Up Book since I was a toddler...
That creepy fucking thing cost $100???
Nice to splurge on yourself isn't it?Reminds me of when I bought a wooden sculpture on eBay and everyone thought I was strange and wasting money.The sculpture hangs on my wall and every morning I look at it before going to work and it hasn't failed to bring a smile to my face. :-)
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