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  • Goods as advertised.  Holy shiat that's messed up.
  • At least they don't sparkle.
  • I hate you subby.  That's the stuff of nightmares right there.
  • The first one that looks like Claudia is kinda cute but the infants are farked up.
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    Pediophobia. Your word for the day.
  • If Lestat impregnated one of the Village Of The Damned women, their children would probably look like these....
  • You know, I'm all about zombie stories, but the merchandising is getting ridiculous.
  • Apos: If Lestat impregnated one of the Village Of The Damned women, their children would probably look like these....


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  • I didn't want to sleep tonight anyways.
  • The one in the green outfit with the bright-blue eyes looks...goddamn it, what's the PC word for "retarded?"
  • I'm buying a triple-wide stroller and filling it with those dolls. Whenever I want to walk through a crowd, I'll push it as hard as I can and snarkily yell "make way, I've got babies here" like all the other douche-bag parents who are compelled to push their double or triple wide strollers through heavily crowded areas.

    Seriously. There had better be a place in Hell reserved for those people.
  • I'm so sick of this country and the strange shiat people are into.
  • stirfrybry: I'm so sick of this country and the strange shiat people are into.


    Some people are actually into strange shiat; you can't begrudge someone a legitimate interest just because it differs from what you consider the norm.
    Unfortunately, I fear most people who are "into strange shiat" are actually just mediocre hangers-on who do it to be "edgy" and "unique".
  • stirfrybry: I'm so sick of this country and the strange shiat people are into.


    So I checked your profile and uh
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    this what you mean?
  • WhippingBoy: I'm buying a triple-wide stroller and filling it with those dolls. Whenever I want to walk through a crowd, I'll push it as hard as I can and snarkily yell "make way, I've got babies here" like all the other douche-bag parents who are compelled to push their double or triple wide strollers through heavily crowded areas.

    Seriously. There had better be a place in Hell reserved for those people.


    Those are the same friggin' people who believe that because they have a child, they are entitled to do whatever they want, however they want, whenever they want. I can't stand douchebaggy parents who insist on changing their crotchfruit in front of everyone--the smell of shiatty diapers is absolutely disgusting, no matter where you are, and leaving them on the parking lot is inexcusable. More, I'm going to vomit the next time I see parents in a crowded theatre or restaurant with their hellspawn, who them start to cry. Invariably, the parents try to "shush" the crotchstain--which never works--and while everything else is going on that people should be paying attention to, the parents have this attitude of "oh, he's just a baby--you understand. I know you understand, so I needn't do anything about it."

    /Woman brought a newborn into a play I was performing in
    //Could have punted the kid, I was so infuriated
    ///Trying to give a monologue, and the skin football didn't stop crying
  • Breast feeding is not recommened.
  • BunkyBrewman: I hate you subby.  That's the stuff of nightmares right there.


    The link to the "reborn babies" in the article is creepier than the "vampire reborn babies"

    *shudder*

    /sorry I clicked
  • I would never have one in my house, but those are kinda cool. But then I like macabre twists on things that are otherwise "cute" or wholesome.

    /"cute" in quotes because I've never liked dolls, even as a little girl, especially the realistic ones!!
  • Well they failed at making cute dolls before.
    I guess this is a way of turning a weakness into a strength.
  • stirfrybry: I'm so sick of this country and the strange shiat people are into.


    We're sick of you not being into our weird shiat. At least our weird shiat stays weird without trying to change other people
  • maram500: WhippingBoy: I'm buying a triple-wide stroller and filling it with those dolls. Whenever I want to walk through a crowd, I'll push it as hard as I can and snarkily yell "make way, I've got babies here" like all the other douche-bag parents who are compelled to push their double or triple wide strollers through heavily crowded areas.

    Seriously. There had better be a place in Hell reserved for those people.

    Those are the same friggin' people who believe that because they have a child, they are entitled to do whatever they want, however they want, whenever they want. I can't stand douchebaggy parents who insist on changing their crotchfruit in front of everyone--the smell of shiatty diapers is absolutely disgusting, no matter where you are, and leaving them on the parking lot is inexcusable. More, I'm going to vomit the next time I see parents in a crowded theatre or restaurant with their hellspawn, who them start to cry. Invariably, the parents try to "shush" the crotchstain--which never works--and while everything else is going on that people should be paying attention to, the parents have this attitude of "oh, he's just a baby--you understand. I know you understand, so I needn't do anything about it."

    /Woman brought a newborn into a play I was performing in
    //Could have punted the kid, I was so infuriated
    ///Trying to give a monologue, and the skin football didn't stop crying


    I hear ya, man, and I HAVE kids. I would never dream of:
    - using anything other than an umbrella stroller if going any place where there might be a crowd
    - taking a baby to a play (WTF????)
    - taking a baby to a movie (WTF????)
    - taking a baby to anything other than a very obvious "Family Restaurant" for dinner

    I just don't get people...
  • WhippingBoy: I'm buying a triple-wide stroller and filling it with those dolls. Whenever I want to walk through a crowd, I'll push it as hard as I can and snarkily yell "make way, I've got babies here" like all the other douche-bag parents who are compelled to push their double or triple wide strollers through heavily crowded areas.

    Seriously. There had better be a place in Hell reserved for those people.


    I like the cut of your jib!

    That gives me an idea, I should get one of those things and act like one of those crazy women who treat them like a real baby, and then sign up for one of those "mommy and me" groups just to see the reactions. Would they ask me to leave, or would they be too afraid of breaking my obviously fragile psyche? I'm picturing a room full of perfectly coiffed Summerlin soccer moms awkwardly avoiding eye contact as I bounce little Lestat on my knee.
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