How Many Barbies is Enough Barbies?

They’re so…Barbie.

~ To form a kick line?

~ To constitute a quorum?

~ To populate a viable sweat shop?

~ To unionize?

~ To be just one too many stinkin’ Barbies?

In college, with the help of the drunken tarts I called friends, I created a prototype for Party Barbie®. She had one broken high heel, chipped nail polish, bruises, Walk of Shame hair, torn clothing, a cigarette glued to her hand (or was it a fatty?), a black eye ~ you get the picture.  Mattel wasn’t interested.  Bunch of stiffs.

About uppervalleygirl

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Posted on September 6, 2012, in humor, nostalgia, rural, Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Actual your friends from college prefer the term Pie-eyed, Active-Americans to Drunken Sluts.

    • One, I believe it was “pig-eyed” and 2 I’m changing it to “tarts” when I figger out this bloody iPhone appLICATION…but I appreciate both your input + use of “American”, truly. Xxx Aunt Willis

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