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Is this a weird rule 34 ...

HerNameIsBuffy

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that I don't want to know about?  Ever!

So I was googling curious about what a replacement dress for Mrs. Beasley would cost  (don't judge me) and came across these...

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Why are there multiple pics of her ass up, dress hiked?  Thats just not right.

not enough to give you nightmares?  Here....

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why do I feel like she'd disapprove if she knew I wrote this blog post?  She's gonna come and get me, isn't she?  Uh oh...

Why, yes.  Yes I am Buffy...

 

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I suggest you remember you're a young lady and above such purient speculation, Buffy...I don't want to get angry.

You wouldn't like me when I'm angry...

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MarblesMom

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not enough to give you nightmares?  Here....

Wouldn't let me quote it as per normal. Argh.

I think a doll here or there gives me nightmares.... now I see there are stacks of them.... in suggestive positions?!  Stop the Googling now  :kitty-shifty:

Creepy dolls are right up there with clowns and compotes. And broccoli. 

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HerNameIsBuffy

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You sound like my husband.  He makes me keep mine in the garage because when she was in the bedroom he said she was looking at him.

 

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Kailash

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Ha! When we spent the night at my mom's, my 10 year old wouldn't go to sleep until my mom covered all the dolls in a room with a sheet. It cracked me up. She's never even seen horror movies! Some of these dolls are from the 30's and 40's though, so definitely not as cute as some these days.

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Grimalkin

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      Everyone knows that dolls wake up when everyone in the house is sleeping. They have their own secret lives and are responsible for missing socks, eating the last of the Lucky Charms, and mysterious crumbs left on the counter. That doll does not look like it has good intentions. It needs to be burned with fire.

       There are nicer choices out there

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And these

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catlady

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I had eleven of those Strawberry Shortcakes--all but the one with the green hair; Erin Bates would be so proud of me!!

I never had Rainbow Brite, but she's a little creepier than I remember.  

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Grimalkin

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I didn't have the green haired one either. I also had the giant strawberry carrier.

Not sure why these were okay to my mom. I was not allowed Barbies, Cabbage Patch Dolls or pretty much any other popular toy. She was okay with Care Bears too. My mom is totally not fundie either.

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catlady

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i never got into Care Bears, but i did have Barbies and Cabbage Patch.  My mom has always enjoyed sewing, so she made tons of clothes for both the Barbies and CPK's.  My friends would admire them so much that she'd give them outfits for their birthdays.  

i never asked for clothes for SS; i was obsessive about keeping the right outfit on each doll, and never losing the accessories. my sister would annoy me with having them trade clothes, and i'd get so upset to find the blue-haired one in the orange dress.  i had a big strawberry thing, too; i think it was a house or something.

 

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CoveredInBees

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I have never seen that Mrs Beasley doll before.......... it's creepy (sorry). but than I wonder what future generations will make of Alf.

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