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Barbie doll

n. a pretty, giddy girl or woman. Ask that little Barbie doll if she wants a drink.
See also: doll
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Experimenting with new designs and silhouettes on a smaller scale, such as for Barbie dolls, is wise.
Barbie also added that she was "proud" to wear the shirt with Song.
By continuing to expand our product line, we are redefining what a Barbie or Ken doll looks like to this generation, said Lisa McKnight, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Barbie.
y'all really fat shaming Amy Schumer for playing a barbie.
Barbie has also worn flats, discarding heels in some versions, balancing fashion with functionality.
However, nowadays there's "huge diversity" in the Barbie lines, she adds.
As if this wasn't serious enough, Barbie can also affect their ambitions.
With the theme "With Barbie Anything Is Possible," the intimate gathering was a grand event for the little fashionistas, who were dressed up in Barbie from head to toe.
Pittsburgh artist Nickolay Lamm cranked up the noise Wednesday by announcing that he would manufacture a Barbie with an average 19-year-old woman's body, as defined by the federal Centers for Disease Control, which makes Mattel's toy look like an alien by comparison.
The army of dolls that arrived at our house down the years, from Christmas to birthdays, doesn't look as good as it once did and appearance is all, as every Barbie knows.
Beauty therapist Kelly, from Carluke, Lanarkshire, admits she's pretty much a real-life Barbie and proud of it.
The event enables big and little girls, between the ages of 4 and 11, to indulge in all Barbie things, the New York Daily News reported.
com to join her in asking Mattel to make Barbie more realistic.
Barbie takes center stage as a ballerina in the new DVD movie Barbie[TM] in The Pink Shoes available now.
More recently, however, the brainy, beautiful muse of Austria's avant-garde has inspired a product vastly lower in price but higher in cultural currency: a Barbie doll.