Saturday, April 29, 2006

valley of the dolls

if you want to see photos of grown women playing with barbie dolls, check out kathleen eagle's site.

the pictures were taken at a recent meeting at her house.
my barbie had apparently gained weight since she last wore her outfit; it took me about ten minutes to get her boobies covered.

kathleen eagle

(may news -- fun with writer friends.)

click on babs through the ages to see a closeup of dolls. mine is the one in black.


emeraldcite said...

my barbie had apparently gained weight since she last wore her outfit; it took me about ten minutes to get her boobies covered.

now why would you want to go do a thing like that?

Jeff said...

Looks like a fun time was had by all. :)
Barbie looks good in black.

Sandra Ruttan said...

The right make-up and hairdye and I'm sure you could start the Goth line.

Now that I think about it, why was there never a punk barbie? A harley barbie? There's got to be a harley barbie.

Mark Pettus said...

Anne Frasier looks pretty good in black, too, and sometime today I'm going to have to look up "titian" in the dictionary. Coming so close on the heals of "ten minutes to get her boobies covered" ... I'm sure my imagination is malfunctioning.

Not a Ken in the room, I noticed.

I'm pretty sure I've seen a Stripper Barbie somewhere, along with Trailer Park Barbie. Isn't the Internet great?

emeraldcite said...

There was a cool exhibition at my alma mater one year that involved barbie.

My favorite: S&M Barbie.

So cool.

emeraldcite said...

I can see this post is bringing out the best qualities in the

anne frasier said...

emeraldcite: LOL! I'll have to add boobies to my list of good blogging words. it will go right after whore.

i'm reminded of this great barbie moment:

Todd Haynes
"Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story"
Film, 1987, 43 min.

With Barbie dolls as the principal actors, Superstar portrays the life of Karen Carpenter and her battle with anorexia. Haynes never secured the rights to the Carpenters' music he used in the movie, and Richard Carpenter filed an injunction that kept Superstar from public release. Even without Carpenter's court order, the film would probably have been stopped by the notoriously litigious Mattel, the makers of Barbie.

anne frasier said...

jeff, i loved it -- but barbie is not very bendy.

sandra, i have the feeling there are all kinds of barbies we don't know about. underground barbies. :O

mark, titian is a new word for me. i'm not even sure how you pronounce it!
you're right. not a ken in the room. of any kind. although i did spot kathleen's husband scrambling to get the hell out of there. heh.

Rob Gregory Browne said...

Coulda been My Little Ponies... :)

anne frasier said...

rob, that's next time. shhh. ;)