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The 'Normal Barbie' Is Here! And It Comes With Tattoos, Stretch Marks, Cellulite, And Acne!

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Is this the Barbie doll you've been looking for?

The long-awaited Lammily, sometimes referred to as the "Normal Barbie," is finally available to purchase online!

And just in time for the holidays!

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The doll was created based on the proportions of the average 19-year-old girl, and is something that a young girl can look forward to without any fear of body issues.

But it's not just about shape!

Creator Nickolay Lamm has included something very innneresting to go along with the toy:

A pack of stickers that can be used to add freckles, acne, stretch marks, cellulite, scars, and even tattoos (see the pics above)!

How's that for realistic??

Lammily Marks are available in a separate package for $6. Lammily herself retails for $25.

[Image via Lammily.]

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2 comments to “The 'Normal Barbie' Is Here! And It Comes With Tattoos, Stretch Marks, Cellulite, And Acne!”

  1. Shanghai says – reply to this


    As a child,I did nit notice that Barbie was nit a realistic body shape nor did I care. She was,pretty and came as a princess or a bride with lots of nice clothes to dress her up. It was just simple fun!

  2. Emily says – reply to this


    I think this is distasteful. I'm all for making dolls in realistic body sizes and all but come on, stretch marks, acne and cellulite? These aren't things that little girls should be worrying about. It's a step too far, at least my Barbie doll allowed me to go the first 9 years of my life without stressing out about stretch marks until I got them and then had to face reality. We all know the real problem is being bombarded by fake, perfect versions of real people and being fooled into believing that they actually look like that.