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Adeon Writer

Cute and creepy are NOT mutually exclusive!

It's not something I can get into since I don't wear female, but this is just downright creative. :)

Ignatius Onomatopoeia

Thanks for the nightmares, Iris ;)

A few years ago my wife gladly parted with some Blythe dolls from her childhood in an eBay auction...I was astounded at how much she got for it. There's a cult following for those disturbing things.

It reminded me of the doll that stalked Karen Black's character in "Trilogy of Terror." I will try not to pull out the fake shotgun if I see one of these things in SL.

ColeMarie Soleil

Yeah I am vocally not a fan of these things... expensive photoshop props but if you dont PS these heads to death there are a lot of sculpted errors and stretches in them =/ I would have smoothed it before releasing these

supra shoes for kids

I'd actually love to review these boxes on my shopping/lifestyle blog. i wonder if they'd send me a sample box to talk about?

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