AG and MH

Dec. 3rd, 2013 08:43 pm
[personal profile] poniesandpatchies
First, oh my gods why. WHY did I just type in American Girl: TLC into eBay. What I found made me want to cry. Someone was selling a doll that they had rescued, one of those My AG/ Girl of Today/ Just Like You/ what the hell ever. Someone give me the newest official names for those? Anyhow, that doll had matted, chopped, frizzy hair, her joints were loose but she could still stand etc. But just. Oh god who cuts doll hair? I know little kids do but...

What really pisses me off though is the fact people on eBay will sell a TLC doll at Mattel listprice. Fuck that. But I entirely had to stop when I saw a pair of Addy legs for sale. Nooo do not want. I'm currently hugging my Addy like there's no tomorrow and kinda wanting to smack some parents up-side their heads. And here is the doll who made me want to hit a parent. And the seller too, maybe. Idek. For not properly describing. I had to bum a friend for a description.

Now, on to the MH and much better news. I just found, and nabbed, a DT Robecca from the local Walgreens. Local is half an hour away, y'all. Tennessee is a wonderful state. :/

Anyhow, I nabbed a DT Robecca, and found, to my great delight that she seems to NOT have a headful of glue! Hallelujah! Review, thoughts and that shit will be forthcoming at a later date.

Ok. Gonna go look at bait ponies. At least I can save bait ponies. TLC AG probably won't ever be a thing for me unless I'm freaking lucky as heck and find one at a Goodwill. TN is one of the VERY few places apparently where thrift stores etc are still allowed to sell toys.

Date: 2013-12-04 05:17 pm (UTC)
darwin: A redheaded girl wearing a book. (Escape into words.)
From: [personal profile] darwin
I saw those legs too and thought 'wtf'? (And I think some people cut dolls' hair if it's too tangled at the bottom, becomes unmanageable or, well, are little kids.)


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