Not so random, but I'm still musing.
I didn't know those dolls were still made. They're soooo 1982.
I loved loved my cabbage patch kid growing up. I was so sad the first Christmas they came out because everyone in my class had gotten a real one and I got a cheap imitation. No adoption papers or anything. :(Anyway, found your site through my link referrals. Love the site and have added you to my blogroll. I'll be back! :)
My niece got a CPK for Christmas and loves her..but her CBK is named Lynette, not some name from an Austin Powers movie...LOL
Hmmm...Random? I. Don't. Think. So.
Oh my. How unfortunate. Of course that doll 9and certificate) will now be worth a significant amount of money if placed on eBay.Still. Poor child.
Still, this is a hell of a lot better than the dolls that were supposed to "eat" play food and ended up eating a couple of little girls' hair almost to the scalping point a few years ago.And I believe they too were Cabbage Patch!
..."the notorious Snacktime models which were withdrawn following complaints that the dolls had tried to eat childrens hair!" (http://www.worldcollectorsnet.com/cabbagepatchdolls/)Yup. Damned Cabbage Patch Kids.
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