Barbies


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Barbies

Regional drug slang for barbiturates and other depressants.
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We didn't like boys very much when we used to play with Barbies at school, so our Ken dolls always seemed to get in the way.
Barbie has had more than 95 careers - from rock star to palaeontologist and Presidential candidate'
Instead, girls feel little besides hatred toward their Barbies.
The Barbie doll is one of the most successful toys of the 20th century and, arguably, the icon of female beauty and the American dream (Rogers, 1999; Turkel, 1998): According to the manufacturer, every three seconds a Barbie doll is purchased.
Some Barbies, too, rely on stamps but these are the ones that can be used to make tattoos and pictures, part of the gee-gaws, glamour and glitter that happen just along from where homeless people drop dead.
New York City Ballet has left its footprints on the narrated children's video Barbie in the Nutcracker: Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins choreographed it, and a handful of principal dancers supplied the moving bodies on which Mainframe Entertainment set the stop-motion computer animation.
Then, when I was on holiday at 15, 1 found several vintage Barbies.
I cut off their hair and dressed them in African-print fabric," Jones says, referring to her two blond Barbies.
Even if your Barbies are long gone, you can still create original fashions in quarter scale to test out new techniques before delving into a full-size fitted garment.
which manufactures Barbie dolls, has been working towards diversifying its lineup of dolls to fit with the times as the brand (https://www.
Today Barbie announced the expansion of its Fashionistas line with 15 new and diverse Ken dolls, featuring three body types slim, broad and original and a variety of skin tones, eye colors, hairstyles and modern fashion looks.
Previous unique and career-inspired Barbies include Fashion Designer Barbie, Movie Director Barbie, Entrepreneur Barbie, and even a Mars Explorer Barbie.