|Quad9Damage - 2010-10-03 |
Okay, what's the deal here? This is a clever mash-up, right? I refuse to believe this is real. It's not possible.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2010-10-03 |
It's like they took the "Mystery Date" board game and combined it with underage hookers.
What could go wrong?
|kennydra - 2010-10-03 |
I can't even bring myself to watch this a second time before rating it. Unbearably creepy, perverse, evil, ugh.
I'm gonna go call my mom and thank her.
|IrishWhiskey - 2010-10-03 |
So two possibilities:
1) The doll represents an underage girl currently dating at least three guys at the same time, who was asked out without knowing which did so or bothering to check. Because the date stated that they were going to a "Bad-80's Music Video" themed dance, she dresses in skimpy clothing and high heel boots in black leather while wearing an excessive of makeup and hairspray, and her date wears sunglasses at night.
2) The doll looks and acts like a hooker, because its a hooker.
|fluffy - 2010-10-03 |
what the shit
|BHWW - 2010-10-03 |
|mashedtater - 2010-10-03 |
that dolls isnt even wearing pants!
|Macho Nacho - 2010-10-03 |
I always hated Bratz dolls with burning anger of a thousand red suns.
Evil, just, evil.
|RocketBlender - 2010-10-03 |
You know they can't make Bratz dolls anymore. Not because of shit like this or that they always looked and acted like hookers, or they they encouraged being a brat in the first place. No, all of that was fine. The problem was the guy who designed the bratz dolls did so while he was still under contract with the Barbie company, so technically the idea belonged to them, and they served that C&D notice years later for some reason.
Sometimes I wonder about this country.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-10-04 |
Did she just say she's dating Kobe?
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