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OMG, these guurls!
It appears sober Snooki is just as ridiculous as
drunk regular Snooki!
The knocked up Jersey Shore star and her BFF/co-star JWoww have been walking around Jersey City testing out their parenting skills on a couple of unlucky baby dolls.
We have to admit, we're impressed that the guidettes' plastic mini-mee's are dressed like babies, and not like baby skanks — or worse, outfits that matched THIS!!
[Image via WENN.]
No, we did not make this up. Maybe someone put a little whiskey in their eggnog!!
Kim Kardashian loves to tweet her fans back. You don't become a trending topic by keeping quiet, lol!
But on Christmas night, she decided to tweet an actual doll…Barbie doll. And get this! Barbie tweeted back! Who knew fingers glued together could tweet so well??
The exchange went like this:
Well well well!
It looks like Chrystina Sayers, from the no longer together Girlicious, IS joining the new (and improved?) Pussycat Dolls!
It hasn't been officially verified yet, but there has been a recent leak of a new GoDaddy commercial that features the new Pussycat Dolls, and it looks like she's totally in it!
The commercial set to air during the superbowl.
We're sure we'll get confirmation soon!
[Image via WENN.]
Real-life mother Ashleigh Kirby spend more time with her £250 'Reborn' baby doll that she purchased online than she does with her real-life daughter, 12-year-old Becky.
Ashleigh spends hundreds on clothes and items for baby Finlay, who btw, IS NOT A REAL HUMAN BEING, in case you were wondering.
She decided to
buy the toy online adopt the lifelike newborn baby because she "always thought something was missing" from her life.
After splitting up with her partner, the 36-year-old mom thought she'd never get the chance to have children again and was "too lazy" to adopt a real child.
So why not buy a baby doll on the internet? Makes sense, doesn't it?
Ashleigh describes life with Finlay:
"The dolls are a substitute for me. I am very maternal. I bought Finlay six months ago for £250 from a lady I found online. Half of my bedroom is taken up by his cot and I also have a pram, a car seat and a wardrobe of clothes. He wears a nappy which I change - although not as regularly as you would a real baby.
I'd have liked to have met another man and had a brood of kids, but life didn't work out like that. I considered adoption, but I'm too lazy to go through the process. Real children are hard work - you worry all the time. With Finlay, it's cuddle time all the time. here was an immediate rush of love. Looking at Finlay for the first time, there was a stronger bond than I had with Becky. With Becky, I was so tired after the birth I didn't feel as close to her."
"Real children are hard work." Understatement of the century.
Meanwhile, poor Becky admits to keeping her "brother" a secret from classmates and finds her mom's obsession with a toy "weird."
"I find it creepy - I don't really understand it. I don't think mum prefers Finlay, but she can't give me all the attention like she used to."
Poor girl. She has to go through life knowing that a piece of plastic will always take precedence over her.
To see more pics of Ashleigh and "Finlay" doing every day normal things! Look below:
[Image via SWNS.com.]
The cries from a toy doll woke a family up to find that their home was caught on fire.
17-year-old Christian Deason brought the doll home as part of a school project to help teens learn the realities of parenting.
The doll was programmed to cry at random times throughout the day. At 3:30 am, the doll began to cry, waking Deason up. She immediately saw a "white wall of smoke" and got everybody out just in time.
Uh oh! Barbie went and expressed herself with some permanent ink and — what a surprise — parents are pissed!
A new collector edition Barbie doll called "tokidoki Barbie" not only features the iconic blonde all tatted up, but (GASP) with dyed pink hair!!!
Now parents are worried that the doll might inspire their kids to
shop at Hot Topic become, like, total punk rock anarchists and Occupy Wall Street one day!
A few of the parental complaints include:
"If I give it to [my daughter] she will think [tattoos are] okay. She may want to go get some."
"It's teaching kids to want tattoos before they are old enough to dress like that."
Mattel, who partnered with El Lay fashion company Tokidoki on the limited edition doll, doesn't think the product warrants any controversy and said in a statement: