We're now three weeks into Movember
. So this seems like timely advice from the Washington Post
- Apr 28, 1912.
Life moved at a slower pace in Meddybemps, Maine back in 1922. Probably still does. According to Wikipedia
, the 2010 census listed Meddybemps as having a population of only 157.
More strange Barbie stuff. Included in footwear designer Jeffrey Campbell's summer 2013 collection are shoes that have clear, lucite heels filled with the heads of Barbie dolls. There's also a version filled with Ken heads. Of course, these shoes are now all the rage in Japan. [via RocketNews24
Apparently, slightly more complicated strategy than merely saying, "Baby, you drive me crazy!"
Original article here.
penises coming soon! Maybe they will get around to less important things like, oh say, kidneys someday.
And now for a short musical interlude:
How refreshingly charming to find a young lady who is also a gearhead.
Strange Barbie dolls have been a recurring theme here at WU. We've seen scaled-up Barbie
, makeup-free Barbie
, non-human Barbie
, Ancient Minoan culture illustrated with Barbie
, Virgin Mary Barbie doll
So the latest strange Barbie in the news doesn't even seem all that strange, by comparison. It's "Normal Barbie." Created by artist Nickolay Lamm, this doll (which he's calling Lammily
), is designed with measurements similar to those of an average 19-year old woman. Also, it comes with stickers allowing you to customize it with freckles, stretch marks, acne, moles, cellulite, and blushing cheeks.
Barbie has acne