Category Archives: Doll Steesh

Mr. Potato Head

 

Mr. Potato Head is 60 years old. Wikipedia actually had some interesting facts about it –

“It was the first toy advertised on television and has remained in production since its debut. The toy was originally produced as separate plastic parts with pushpins that could be stuck into a real potato or other vegetable. However, due to complaints regarding rotting vegetables and new government safety regulations, Hasbro began including a plastic potato body within the toy set.”

The original concept was great for teaching kids about life and death and how all good things eventually come to an end.

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Breaking Bad Steesh – Walter White Doll

 

I’m not sure if my sister sent me this link because it has to do with mustaches or my favorite TV show. Either way here it is for your eyes to see.

Mustached Blowup doll at a Chicago Nightclub

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The shot above is courtesy of the Redeye, a free newspaper in Chicago that doubles as a homeless blanket.  If you thought the Chicago club scene was all about blow and girls hemorrhaging their father’s bank accounts, you’re right….but don’t forget to add blow dolls of Middle Eastern men with mustaches.

Believe it or not, this is one of the best photos of the night, according to the Redeye. It actually said, “This is how you kick off summer.”

The real winner in this picture is the girl who covered herself up with the doll. Bravo.

More Tobias Funke Dolls

We posted a picture of a Tobias Funke doll last week. I wasn’t really sure where it came from, but it appears it’s from an art gallery in L.A.

The opening of the exhibit is this Friday, June 29th. If you’re in L.A. and you aren’t going to any cocaine-filled, hooker parties, why not check it out. If you’re going to the fake party that Hollywood has created in my head, why not try to stop by the gallery before it starts.

Tobias Funke Plush Doll

I saw this yesterday when this link was sent to me. I’ll add this doll to the list of things I want but will never have next to “a week of my life that parallels the movie Blank Check.”