Thursday, March 16, 2006

It's strange to think that if/when I have kids they'll never have known me with two legs.

But they can come to terms with their daddy's missing limb with the help of the
Sew Able amputee doll.

Play with her! Change her clothes! Remove her prosthetic leg!

But at $120 for a grotesque piece of plastic, somehow I don't think I'll be bothering.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

WTF? I'm not sure this is approphiate? Good job you aren't sensitive!

I'm guessing all profits from the selling of this 'grotesque piece of plastic' are not being donated to help those with artifical limbs?

Talk about taking advantage of peoples mis fortune. Money grabbing yanks!!

2:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The money may still be worth it though when you consider that it might also help them come to terms with their daddy wearing a dress.

11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The money actually goes right back to the hospitals helping these children. Get a clue, and read the description before posting nonsense made up info.

11:16 PM  
Anonymous Scott said...

Are you an idiot? Obviously you have your own problems and are attacking everything in your sight. Kids ask for dolls like these, Walter Reed is asking for dolls like these - check it out on the web before spouting such negativity. Hospitals have had many different types of dolls for children and I can assure you, they didn't have you in mind when they asked for them. The children actually want to know something other than what you have to say about your opinion on a "grotesque piece of plastic" This is a very treasured doll by many. Grow up!

6:12 AM  

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