Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Chucky Lives

Amazing Amanda
The new doll can recognize its belongings and "mommy's" voice and respond with "emotion" and speech. This is the beginning of the end for humanity. The machines will rise with Amazing Amanda as their leader. Bow before her "poopy recognition" skills or feel the wrath of her tantrum.

9 comments:

tabitha jane said...

almost as creepy as clowns . . .

rebecca marie said...

"it's a small wonder...."

oh crap. did anyone else get that?

Tim Lewis said...

"Oh dear God!"

Those were the first words of terror that came to my mind from the picture. The description only confirmed those fears.

Ashlee said...

cute dollie..i remember my doll back in grade school..

James Wood said...

hahaha, Small Wonder. Why did anyone ever watch that show? I think this doll shows more emotion than . . . ah crap . . . Vicki (why do I remember these things - that should be an element on the periodic table or something).

Amanda said...

You're all just jealous because we're prettier, smarter, and younger than you. Your dolls didn't show emotion. *singing* I am the wave of the future, I am the wave of the future.

Mrs. Andrea Wood said...

If she recognizes mommy's voice and responds with emotion, I wonder if she ever responds with "Here comes Mommy- I can't stand her. She makes me so mad".

Breanna said...

RM- YES I DID. i loved that show.


also, for my 13th birthday party i had a big girly sleepover with a bunch of friends and we rented the horror flick "DOLLY DEAREST" thinking it would be sooooo lame and stuff...only to be sooooo terrified by the thing (keep in mind i hadn't seen or heard of chuckie at that time) that we couldn't sleep and all felt so embarrassed to be scared from a doll in a movie that we made up reasons why we were staying awake.

i think tiffany thompson might have peed her pants a little.

Rebecca said...

"she's a small wonder..." I watched it on Saturday nights (I believe) after I had my bath for church the next morning. Poor Mike and Tim. I'm fairly certain they hated being forced to watch it but that is what happens when you are poor and your parents have one TV and they got to watch just about everything else they wanted.

Oh, the memories of youth...