What is your favorite Barbie doll memory? Is there a Barbie doll on your wish list?
Ruth Handler created a doll which became known as Barbie, named after her real life daughter named Barbie. Her tag line became "we girls can do anything".
The history of her invention is fascinating, essentially the men in the toy industry told her no and she took her invention directly to the end consumer via a new invention at the time call television.
What are your memories of Barbie? Did that little plastic doll inspire you in any way?
Please share with us your favorite Barbie doll memory.
by Kelly Kline Burnett 6 years ago
Ruth Handler created a doll which became known as Barbie, named after her real life daughter named Barbie. Her tag line became "we girls can do anything".The history of her invention is fascinating, essentially the men in the toy industry told her no and she took her invention directly to...
by Brown-eyed-girl 7 years ago
Would you let your son buy a barbie doll and play with it?How do you feel about it? Will it make a difference in a young boy's life?
by Kelly Kline Burnett 4 years ago
Grown up gifts and toys for older fun. Would you buy a Barbie doll for a gift?Gifts, I feel need to be an expression of fun and nothing spells fun to me more than a Barbie doll yet I never think of that for a gift. Would you buy or have you purchase a Barbie doll for a gift? If so, under what...
by cookie1978 7 years ago
Which Barbie doll is this?On doll, imprint reads, "Indonesia, 1999"
by Jane Abao 8 years ago
Why doesn't Barbie doll have woman's hips?Normally, a woman should have hips 2 inches more than the waist line. It is not so with Barbie doll. The hips measurement is equal to that of the waistline.
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
How long does it take a barbie doll to decompose in a landfill?I was reading online that the estimate is over 1 billion barbie dolls have been produced... though not all of them have plastic bodies... some are made out of porcelain. So how big of an environmental impact would barbie create?
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