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4.28.2009

Barbie Overkill


Source: pointclickhome

JOY: Okay. So before we get started on this one, let's just say right here and right now that yeah-- we know. This is the 50th-Anniversary-Barbie-Real-Life-Malibu-Dream-House-Tribute-thing.
JANET: Whatever.
JOY: Let's just cut to the chase.
JANET: That Hair Chandelier.
JOY: Yeah. I wonder what synthetic hair singed by light bulbs smells like?
JANET: My guess? Gross. How does one clean a chandelier like that, anyway?
JOY: Uh, wash set & blow?
JANET: This is not really my idea of 'Barbie's Dream Light Fixture'.
JOY: More like Barbie's 'Fire Hazard Light Fixture'.
JANET: Yeah. I mean, we get it already with all the Barbie tchotchkes. The hair chandelier is really just--
JOY: Idiotic?
JANET: I was going to say overkill, but hey, that'll do.

14 comments:

  1. Ack! Zomigoodness!!! That is terrifying like nothing I've ever seen! Without the platinum scalp(s) I could almost stomach this room....but now I am going to have nightmares.

    Shudder.

    xox

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  2. yes. That chandelier is just creepy.

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  3. That light fixture makes me gag!

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  4. That hair is completely disgusting.

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  5. Hi! My first visit to your blog and definitely not my last. Found you via the post by Paul Anater http://www.kitchenandresidentialdesign.com/

    I love humor and I can see I will find some here!

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  6. Where cougar barbie takes her prey.

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  7. The word REVOLTING does not begin to cover my feelings about that chandel-HAIR. Ewww.

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  8. WOW!!! what sicko dreamed that up???

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  9. The sicko's name would be Jonathan Adler. You can read more about it here...

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/03/06/barbies-malibu-dream-hous_n_172652.html

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  10. i'm givin' this one a pass- it's not interior design, it's a PR event, so covering a chandelier in hair to get press is fair game. and it worked, right? ;-)

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  11. This just frightens me. I feel like my life would be better without knowing this existed.

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  12. Oh, hahahaha, there is the great quote from Adler in the Huffington Post link above:

    "Barbie was a dream client because she doesn't exist as a person," Adler said.

    Yes, because a real person would have stuffed you into a Barbie dream car and driven you off a cliff for doing this to their home.

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  13. Oh man! I thought for certain that we'd finally find out what Barbie did with Ken's missing anatomy; a couple decorative "balls" in a nice bowl on the coffee table, a unique "obelisk" on the desk?

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