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Barbie Needs a New Accessory: Retirement Home

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Mattel came out with Barbie in 1959, when full-figured women defined beauty and thinness wasn't glorified. Barbie was big, but Marilyn Monroe and other Hollywood stars were bigger. Ever since Twiggy, she's been dangerous.

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