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23 August 2007

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Kasa

And those goth/raver clothes she's wearing? That shit went out in 1997. With any luck, that alone will date his designs and put a crimp in it getting made.

Chrissy

I'm sure I'm not alone in saying "What the Hell?"

If someone wants to "fetish-up" a children's classic, fine, whatever. But atleast seem like you've read the original and aren't basing your interpretation on "the helpless singing girl", which was a Hollywood interpretation. And also, don't expect it to have mass appeal.

cat

Well, now. That is one seriously creepy figurine, though I really dig those boots and wonder where I can find a pair like them.

Chrissy

Boots:

http://www.spookyboutique.com/boutique/platform_boots.html

Chrissy

Alternatively, you can do a Google search for "goth boots" and pick your retailer of choice.

Michelle

Horrific.

Know what really makes me sick about that? Some poor woman probably had to model for it.

Jessica

Just another trashy sexist figurine from/for the "I'm a giant nerd who still lives in my mom's basement and will never actually get laid" set.

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