Since it’s the holiday season, I’m thinking about toys, specifically dolls. We’ve seen a few of them in the last few posts, but I thought I’d find some others we might have forgotten about and brush the dust off them. There are all different kinds of dolls. For example, there are the ones that talk…and talk…and talk…
…even when they have nothing of value to say.
There are dolls that share a theme but look different, such as these…
(l to r: Virginia Foxx, Shelley Moore Capito, Michele Bachmann, Ginny Brown-Waite, Sarah Palin)
Of course, there are all kinds of Barbies. Here’s the Laura Bush version…
(Xanax sold separately)
…and the woman who always wished she could have been in Pickles’s shoes, Condi Rice…
(Shoes, daydreams, and idiots sold separately)
Then there are the Barbies that reflect current events. Remember
Octopussy the Octomom, Nadya Suleman? Her story was a potential gold mine, because there are so many accessories that can be sold with the doll…
(Silicone for lips sold separately)
There are also dolls associated with popular movies. Remember Kay Bailey Hutchison in Czar Wars?
I know what you’re saying–what about dolls for boys? No worries, kids, I have the perfect one. Just ask John Ensign…