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Atheist Barbie

Sineed
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I've never been a fan of Barbie (shocker, I know). My family always tried to buy them for me, but I wanted nothing more than to play with Legoes all day. But it looks like Barbie has a interesting new profession:

She's been a princess, a firefighter, a Marine and a ballerina. After years of soul-searching, Barbie has finally found her true vocation. Meet Rev. Barbie, a plastic Episcopal Priest.

Rev. Barbie, the creation of Rev. Julie Blake Fisher, an Episcopal priest in Kent, Ohio, has her own Facebook page and comes dressed in the latest trends in clergy-wear.

Man, why should religious people get to have all the fun? I want an atheist Barbie! 

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Reverend Barbie?  Looks more like pedophile Barbie to me!

See her here:

http://www.blaghag.com/2010/04/atheist-barbie.html

 


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Unionist
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Sineed
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I'm going to try and post this:


Sky Captain
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Sineed wrote:

I'm going to try and post this:

 

If this new Barbie has those kind of flat feet like a similar female G.I.Joe-type doll that I've got, I want to buy one!Wink

I have to get Barbie as Uhura and and as several rock stars first.


Papal Bull
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Sky Captain wrote:

I have to get Barbie as Uhura and and as several rock stars first.

 

Well, there is a Star Trek collector's edition Barbie...and it pretty much already is Axl Rose. All you have to do is mess up the hair and draw some way gnarly tattoos on the doll.


polly bee
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Sineed   Laughing


Sky Captain
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Papal Bull wrote:

Sky Captain wrote:

I have to get Barbie as Uhura and and as several rock stars first.

 

Well, there is a Star Trek collector's edition Barbie...and it pretty much already is Axl Rose. All you have to do is mess up the hair and draw some way gnarly tattoos on the doll.

Don't want to do that-there's already a doll that looks like Axl but is female, from the Hard Rock Cafe Collection.


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I know this is the 'athiest' thread - but I could not resist posting this here:

 


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