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The New Barbie? Doll Shaped To Look Like A Real 19-Year-Old Woman! Now, THIS Is A Toy We Approve Of! And You Will Too!

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FINALLY!

After years of waiting for the ridiculous proportions of Barbie dolls to change, someone has done something about it.

Nickolay Lamm wanted to show women that average is beautiful, so he went online, found the normal proportions for a woman, and created a prototype off of an average 19-year-old woman.

The pics went viral, and gave the inventor the boost he needed to get the show on the road!

Now, Nickolay is looking to finish funding his Lammily dolls, even after raising $95,000 in crowdfunding, which will include lots of diversity too!

She wears minimal makeup, promotes a healthy lifestyle, and has an advanced design that allows the doll to move her wrists, knees, elbows, and feet.

And, with the doll's tagline of being "Average is beautiful," we are literally jumping for joy at the direction dolls aimed at kids are going in.

Between "Lammily" and GoldieBlox, kids are about to have so many more healthier and more responsible options when it comes to playing!

P.S. If you want to donate, CLICK HERE! And see more images of the doll (below)!

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Ariana Grande Sounds Flawless Singing Baby I With Japanese Beatboxer HIKAKIN Spicing It Up!

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We didn't even know a beat that AH-Mazing could be created with the human mouth! LOLz!

Japanese beatboxer HIKAKIN laid down the beats, vocally, to Ariana Grande's Baby I while she sang alongside the man-made sounds.

She almost loses it in the middle of the song! Too cute!

We are just blown away by how realistic HIKAKIN sounds! If you close your eyes and just listen, it sounds almost exactly like the recording on her album!

Insane!!

Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing collaboration between the two (above)!

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Henry Cavill Promises A 'Very Realistic' Man Of Steel

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As we've seen in the first teaser, Zach Snyder seems to have followed Christopher Nolan's lead by making The Man Of Steel much more serious and somber in comparison to previous incarnations of Superman.

Henry Cavill is the latest Hollywood hunk to suit up in the iconic costume and has confirmed that the movie will indeed take a "very realistic" approach to telling the story we all know and love.

In a recent interview, the British actor referred to his performance as "a modernization of the character," saying:

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Getting Back Into Shape In 2012? Make A Resolution You Can Keep And Walk!

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Getting Ready for Christmas

Bah Humbug or Here Comes Santa Claus…where do you fit in?

Kathy Kaehler, our newest FitPerez contributor, fitness instructor and author of Mom Energy, wants you to get into the holiday spirit by starting your New Year's Resolution a few weeks earlier this year.

Check out her best advice for setting a realistic goal that will allow you to get back into shape in 2012 below:

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Whoa! Robots Are Getting Realistic…Maybe TOO Realistic

This is really cool, but also a bit disturbing. We saw the Terminator movies…we know what happens next. LOLz.

Check out the video (above) of the most realistic looking robot ever, which was created by Geminoid research site's associate professor Henrik Scharfe.

The robot, or Geminoid, was built around professor Scharfe's likeness. Its software allows him to transfer facial expressions and such to the robot.

Here's the best/funniest/creepiest part: When asked if the robot is anatomically correct, Scharfe's answer was "vague."

…Inneresting…

Do U like this robot? Or should it be feared because it's a blatant sign of the impending robot apocalypse?

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