I think the first time I saw this descriptive it was being passed around as an email sometime in the early 2000's. It is now making the rounds on social media and if you haven't seen it, it is worth a read and a laugh. I haven't been able to find an author for the piece so will throw it out there with a plea that if you know from whence it came, tell them we are still laughing at it today...
Meet Angelica Kenova. She is a child psychologist and model from Moscow, Russia. Most of her life she has been aspiring to become a Barbie doll. She appears to have achieved her goal, and I only have one question. Why?
Although the very funny, often crude, and completely not safe for work YouTube series 'The Most Popular Girls in School' first hit the internet in 2011, thanks to Tumblr it's now seeing a new degree of popularity. This web series shows the bizarre side of high school that many of us don't like to remember. (Think 'Mean Girls' meets 'Daria' and you'll get the vibe.) Just remember--don't you dare wa
Wedding photography isn’t always terribly original — flip through the albums of a dozen couples and you’ll usually find many of the same shots and poses (hey, if it ain’t broke).
French photographer Beatrice de Guigne has knowingly captured the essence of the modern wedding album in a shoot with everyone’s favorite toyland couple, Barbie and Ken. Over three days, de Guigne snapped photos as the pl
Barbie has cold blood running through her coarse plastic veins.
Greenpeace has accused the iconic American doll of being a murderer in a new video aimed at bringing awareness to the way Mattel packages the blonde bombshell.
They met in 1961 and formed a decades long courtship. Then, in 2004, Barbie and Ken decided to take some time apart, and Barbie stated dating Australian surfer doll Blaine.
Now Mattel is using the web, Facebook and Twitter to let America decide if Barbie and Ken should get back together...