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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia1973 View Post
    Are you anatomically correct?
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    $5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia1973 View Post
    I don't think the toy Barbie is actually realistic from a functional standpoint. Like your head would snap off with that skinny of a neck. I don't even think she represents "genetically gifted", she represents a toy made from a mold with plastic.

    Which is a big part of the problem in this day and age- we even photoshop the genetically gifted into stylized images of a human body. Barbie's proportions...are not realistic- the world record smallest waist is 21", 3" smaller than her waist. Plus her neck is ridiculous.

    So the comparison is a stylized toy to a toy with average proportions. No one has Barbies measurements. No one can look like Barbie. Just like no one can look like many magazine images, even the models themselves.
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    I just remembered, there was that Ukranian girl that tried to look like barbie:

    ukrainian girl look like barbie - Yahoo! Canada Image Search Results
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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia1973 View Post
    $5?
    Deal.
    Better than "correct."

    You can send me the $5 via paypal. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    Deal.
    Better than "correct."

    You can send me the $5 via paypal. Thanks.
    Why is it that I can see a tie in campaign here? Subway presents the RichMahogany $5 footlong!

    I'll see myself out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    Why is it that I can see a tie in campaign here? Subway presents the RichMahogany $5 footlong!

    I'll see myself out...
    I always said I should get Subway to sponsor me in an MMA match. The front of my shorts could say "$5 foot longs" and the back could say "your choice of 8 subs"

    But yeah, not that much better than correct

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    LOL, devolved in 3 pages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    Haven't liked any dolls since 1975 - Karen Black - Trilogy of terror (Amelia). *chuckle*
    Wow, hadn't thought of that in years -- scared the daylights out of me. Funny thing, it's a trilogy but I don't remember the other two segments.

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