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If I ever were to have another Barbie (I have only had one in my life, and I am 42), this would be the one. I do still like to play Barbies, if I have a little friend to play with (i.e. if I am babysitting.)
This should be or read 'indian barbie' not 'hindu barbie' – otherwise the previous barbies would have been Catholic barbies as opposed to western barbies. Many non Indians are hindus too. Thank you.
"For the hippie yuppie child who has everything."
Shut the fuck up.
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