Orphaned Blow Up Doll

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I think you owe it to the soul of the doll to use it for its intended purpose before you soak it gasoline and light it on fire. Kinda like how they told us in school that Native Americans used all parts of the buffalo.
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I'm with Dan. Toss it. Much more respectful to the model, who had no say.
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Dan, if you believe that this object was made in violation of consent, why are you publishing a photo of it? You could have published a photo of the real woman it pertains to. I'd be interested in seeing that.
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I think she needs a Viking funeral! It would be a much more fitting tribute to Perkins then to be planted in a landfill somewhere.
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@6 Viking Funerals really do meet their maximum and most hilarious potential when the corpse is made of inflated latex.
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And by "toss it" I mean throw the doll away.
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Who actually sits down to pen this kind of shit (real or fake).
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"And, then I read this.
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What if you stuck glow sticks in it's holes and filled it with helium? Set it off on a new adventure.
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. Funny Dan. Why not. A question about mildew on a blow up doll's breast.
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Mildew won't grow on plastic unless there's a nutrient source. There's only mildew on the breast. How are we sure this doll is new and unused?
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What. The. Fuck.

That is all.
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#14
Thanks
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I still remember our honeymoon! Took my naive West Point grad husband to San Francisco.

Driving up from Market past business district was an old concrete building with a sign:

“Blow up sheep now in stock!”

Alas before the days of camera phones! I laughed. He was in shock! I’m
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@11 also a great idea
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Lots of plastic is recyclable these days, just sayin'.
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@11: That was my vote too. Get the party canister of helium, and stage your own one-doll Rapture.
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@19 Like on that episode of Six Feet Under, albeit there was more than one, but it's still what I pictured :)
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@20: The urban legend behind the ep:

https://www.snopes.com/religion/rapture.…