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Blythe: The Anti-Barbie

Makers of those realistic dolls with homely faces and frumpy clothes don't get that the alternative to Barbie isn't Shlumpie. Girls who like dolls but don't want to buy into Barbie's tired and conventional standard of beauty still want some fantasy and glamour. Enter Blythe, the spooky and mysterious doll with the ginormous head and moveable eyes (there's a string behind her back). Introduced in the 70's and quickly pulled from the market because she scared kids, she's resurfaced due to one woman's obsession with her. Watch this video on the history of Blythe. You, too may become addicted to her! (This one's for you, Blythe15!)

PinkNC PinkNC 10 years
They look like those Bratz girls in a way, or whatever those awful looking things are.
uacosj uacosj 10 years
these are so awesome. So chic.
Phil Phil 10 years
so much cooler looking thanbarbie dolls, and Blythe has much better hair!
mandykw mandykw 10 years
I love her! I want to get one
HistoryGeek913 HistoryGeek913 10 years
The eyes are just a bit creepy. Not as scary as the Bratz dolls, though!
catattack catattack 10 years
I love these. I want to get one.
dixierain68 dixierain68 10 years
I love Blythe dolls ... unlike Bratz dolls. Now THOSE are scary!
JennaV JennaV 10 years
Blythe dolls were pulled off the market because they scared kids???? That's insane!
AuroraBorealis AuroraBorealis 10 years
lollipop headed dolls, well it's fashionable...
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