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Day 6: A Letter to a Stranger

Dear Stranger,

I couldn’t help but notice how the girl you were with didn’t like any of the toys in the aisle, let alone the entire toys section.

Problem: Today’s little girls are getting tired of traditional toys.
Possible solutions:
A) Find out what their personal tastes are.
B) Spend more quality time with them instead of throwing toys at them.
C) Modernize toys for girls so they can relate to them better.

C! When in doubt answer C!

Suggestions:
Infamous Barbie – The one everyone loves to hate. Features smeared mascara and cries real tears!
Strawberry Shortcake – Well known for reasons unknown.
Pregnant Polly Pocket – Comes with home pregnancy kit (Home abortion kit sold separately).
Facebook Brattz– Throws a tantrum if you take her away from her computer set and try to play with her.
Dora the Sexplorer – Self sexplanatory..
Plastic surgery Barbie – You can play with the face! Note: the more you alter the more deformed it looks.
Botox Barbie – Note: studies have shown that the chemicals used for Botox can move from the face to the brain after injection. The downside in having the neurotoxin inhabiting your precious brain stem is that the circuitry of your spinal cord could be infected, causing limitations to your mental and physical movement. And death. On the upside, your thoughts will look 10 years younger.

Good luck with keeping that girl content, stranger. If you take interest in these toys… reply with your credit card info and I’ll have them sent right over to you!

From another stranger,

unknown

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  1. itsame
    July 23, 2010 at 6:10 am

    Did you just fail the challenge?!

  2. July 23, 2010 at 9:15 am

    Fail? What is this word fail?! I know not what that means!
    Haha, no time to be writing everyday, but I will complete all the letters:).

  3. itsame
    July 24, 2010 at 3:43 am

    That’s the kind of attitude!! Keep it up Phil Odd Issy!

    Cheers

  1. July 23, 2010 at 7:00 pm

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