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I recently brought an old steamer trunk that used to belong to a great
aunt back from my Mom and Dad's. Inside was virtually every doll I think
my sister ever owned, including some vintage Barbies. I thought, cool,
they've got to be worth some money, I can hold the dolls hostage.
Then my sister informed me she had given many of them "new hairstyles."
I had no idea she was such a destructive child.
Peanut Gallery: 7 COMMENTS
The doll in the red striped pajamas in the lower L. H. corner belonged
to Photodude early in his life.
Posted by [Dad] @ 09:39 PM EST,
Can I see some ID, sir?
You are clearly thinking back to a time when I was too young to exercise
You would think that a modern day liberal would have no problem admitting
that he spent a good portion of his life exploring his feminine side.
I never owned any of those dolls. I would, however, give my brother fashion
tips when he dressed them.
Posted by [Sister] @ 07:57 PM EST,
Don't you wish you had a web log, a place where family can gather and
share like this? Spread libelous rumors about each other, and do so without
even having to attach ones e-mail address to it (I got yer IP number,
little girl, archived in case of future litigation).
It's touching, isn't it? I love this Net Web Thang.
I AM REALLY ENJOYING YOUR SITE. YOUR DAD PUT ME ON TO IT. I ALREADY HAD
YOUR RED ROCK TRIP BUT HAD NOT GONE IN TO IT UNTIL RECENTLY. YOU HAVE
SO MUCH INFORMATION AND THINGS THAT I CAIN'T GET AROUND TO READING IT
ALL. YOUR DAD TOLD ME HOW TO GET HERE. KEEP GOING IT IS GOOD.