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Girl's obsession to look like 'living doll'

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Like ........Mr Bean

I had no idea who this Bean guy was until recently. I saw a movie late the other month and he was going on a vacation via train. Pretty funny. A little corny but funny shtick none the less. Your the Cats Ass BM for making me remember that. I am going to rent it for my Grand.

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I had no idea who this Bean guy was until recently. I saw a movie late the other month and he was going on a vacation via train. Pretty funny. A little corny but funny shtick none the less. Your the Cats Ass BM for making me remember that. I am going to rent it for my Grand.

Only Mr Bean movie I liked was the one shot in LA... BEAN the ultimate disaster movie... American actors you may recognize...... Iti s funny.....

See the trailer ...

Oh and one more thing.....

Shut up stupid tongue.gif

HA I got to say that to you 1st for a change lol

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Only Mr Bean movie I liked was the one shot in LA... BEAN the ultimate disaster movie... American actors you may recognize...... Iti s funny.....

Oh and one more thing.....

Shut up stupid tongue.gif

HA I got to say that to you 1st for a change lol

Damn, you beat me on the draw, LOL. Just for that here are some more of these creepy doll kids. It really creeps me out, LOL http://www.odditycentral.com/pics/5-real-life-dolls-who-have-achieved-internet-fame.html

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Damn, you beat me on the draw, LOL. Just for that here are some more of these creepy doll kids. It really creeps me out, LOL http://www.odditycen...ernet-fame.html

Scroll back up...I made an edit......I posted a short trailer of the BEAN movie....

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Scroll back up...I made an edit......I posted a short trailer of the BEAN movie....

Thanks BM, I appreciate it. You are indeed the Cats Ass in my book. Sorry, I just like saying that, LOL. I know, I know it is "b****es Puppies" or something like that in Ireland, LOL

That movie looks hilarious. I will rent it this weekend. Funny trailer. He reminds me of well, me. Except for one thing. I would never ever put my gun down, nada, no way. LOL Hey, but thats just me.

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Remember those "cabbage-patch dolls"? My neighbours daughter looks like that. Unintentionally, I hope.

Hope the girl in the OP has good luck finding her action-man.

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This isn't that new or unique even. Japanese school-girls all lolita'd up have been around for years. (And of course other nationalities too, I just see a lot of pics of them from Japan.) This really isn't that different.

Pretty much this, and I don't see anything wrong with this style either. It's no different from any other "style."

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AWW! I think she is so cute!

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A little creepy but whatever she could be doing a lot worse with her time. It's good for her that there's a career she can put her passion into.... she's young she can start now and go into movie make-up one day. That would me an awesome job!

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OMG! She's 15 and she's living as a 5 year old.

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Remember those "cabbage-patch dolls"? My neighbours daughter looks like that. Unintentionally, I hope.

Hope the girl in the OP has good luck finding her action-man.

"Ball Jointed" no less :w00t:

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Here's me when I was younger.......

LOL, a ladies man even back then huh? LOL Nice stach.

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She isn't following a fad...she's made her own. That is the sign of a true individual.

It is kind of a fad actually. It's born out of the Lolita trend. My daughter has been dressing like this for years, not every day, but for fun and she gets really excited to dress up and go to events like Comicon and Sakuricon(sp). She spends a lot of time making her costumes, hair pieces, working with make-up etc... Some people actually see it as a icky fetish, but after talking seriously to her about it, I realize that in her mind, it's actually quite the opposite. Here's a picture of her dressed like rather gotic babydoll. LOL this was taken before Comicon last weekend LOL.

1. Shes not blonde, and in fact she has nearly black hair. That's a goofy wig. 2. She imported the dress from Japan (I think she has others that are nicer that she made herself) 3. it's really hard to believe she's almost 25 years old looking at that picture! LOL.

alex-2.jpg

Usually her face is a lot paler than it is in this picture... I think it's bad lighting. She also has natural adorable little freckles that are hard to arfully cover with powder. LOL.

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I guess I don't watch enough TV or something, MissMel. I'm familiar with Lolita, but in all of my travels I don't think I've ever seen a living doll walking around and I'm a big people watcher. There was a Comicon convention in town last year and we sat at the brew pub next door watching all of the people. Now that was interesting!

Your daughter is adorable!

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better then some *shudders* dress styles.

Bet if she wears pants, at least they will be over her rear end and not showing her undies.

That style some boys wear just makes me cringe.

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She isn't following a fad...she's made her own. That is the sign of a true individual.

actually, if she sees anime and such, she herself will know she did not create/make a fad of her own.

in japan for YEARS school girls has been trying to look like living dolls/anime figures. boys too

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actually, if she sees anime and such, she herself will know she did not create/make a fad of her own.

in japan for YEARS school girls has been trying to look like living dolls/anime figures. boys too

I realize that now. I grew up in the late hippy era, and all of the adults hated it. It's just something I am not accustomed to and haven't seen.

I don't see anything wrong with it.

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I realize that now. I grew up in the late hippy era, and all of the adults hated it. It's just something I am not accustomed to and haven't seen.

I don't see anything wrong with it.

As my daughter explained it, it's about innocence and "girly-ish-ness?" mixed with a liberal dose of Neo-Rococo styling. I know that several years ago she wrote a very well spoken article for a gaming magazine about "Lolita" and the wronful sexualization of the fad. I'll ask her where I can find that again, I think it was published in a couple of places but she published it under a pseudonym. I'll see if I can dig that up from her. It's really very interesting.

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LOL, Japanese kids have been dressing like this for years. It's no different from any other teenage craze.

When I was her age I was a punk! Anyone remember what teenage 'new age romantic' fans in the 80s looked like?

MY best friend in college was a goth, he wore more make-up than she does!

The most shocking thing for me was her voice! I wasn't expecting her to sound like that.

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OMG I couldn't listen to that voice for more than 5 seconds!! She looks like death warmed up!:no:

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Well probably much better than wanting to look like a virgin whore, which is the biggest trend in the teen girl world, if I'm not mistaken.

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I don't see why this is even newsworthy.It's just a fashion, people wear this look all the time, mainly in Japan though.It might not be something I'd like to wear, but it's not hurting anyone, and it's not like she's showing too much skin. She looks cute.

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lol this topic is marked as "hot"

its just creepy

Edited by Calydon

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It is kind of a fad actually. It's born out of the Lolita trend. My daughter has been dressing like this for years, not every day, but for fun and she gets really excited to dress up and go to events like Comicon and Sakuricon(sp). She spends a lot of time making her costumes, hair pieces, working with make-up etc... Some people actually see it as a icky fetish, but after talking seriously to her about it, I realize that in her mind, it's actually quite the opposite. Here's a picture of her dressed like rather gotic babydoll. LOL this was taken before Comicon last weekend LOL.

1. Shes not blonde, and in fact she has nearly black hair. That's a goofy wig. 2. She imported the dress from Japan (I think she has others that are nicer that she made herself) 3. it's really hard to believe she's almost 25 years old looking at that picture! LOL.

alex-2.jpg

Usually her face is a lot paler than it is in this picture... I think it's bad lighting. She also has natural adorable little freckles that are hard to arfully cover with powder. LOL.

She is beautiful, but she looks almost prepubescent! I imagine she gets carded all the time.

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My eldest daughter was showing me a much nicer impersonation of a living doll today as she loves all things Asian. The girl that does it is going to Japan where they fan worship her.

We're actually hoping (well half hoping/ half mucking around about it)to do my youngest up, before my eldest returns to UNI. She also has the program to make the eyes huge as there's no way I'd allow my little one to wear contact lenses for looks only. The program she has does everything, extra long eyelashes etc.

It's a massive craze in Japan they love white girls who like like child dolls. Hey you don't need a fat ass and a self made porno like KK anymore just pass as a doll and you too could be worth a fortune lol.

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