Wednesday, January 21, 2015

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The mother who rescues Bratz dolls from their 'trashy' lifestyles and gives them a 'makeunder' before sending them outside to play 'the way kids should'

Totally Agree!!! Good Job Mommy!

A creative mother has begun a 'rescue' project in which she refashions sexualised children's dolls into a more natural and childlike form.

Sonia Singh, from Hobart in Tasmania, removes any trace of make-up, reduces the lip and eye size and personally sews the dolls modest new outfits.

Her before and after pictures of the refurbished dolls reveals a stark difference between the out-of-proportion Barbie dolls and make-up clad Bratz dolls, and her more natural alternative.

'Here are the Tree Change Dolls (ex-Bratz dolls) playing outside the way kids should, after their radical make-unders,' Ms Singh wrote on her website, Tree Change Dolls.

'These dolls have been rescued and rehabilitated from op-shops and tip shops around Tasmania.

'These lil  fashion dolls have opted for a 'tree change', swapping high-maintenance glitz 'n' glamour for down-to-earth style.

'I hand repaint the dolls faces, mould new shoes, and my Mum sews and knits their clothing.'

Read more:  Dailymail

Invisible Boyfriend app gives single girls a dream man who will always text back

Sending yourself flowers from your imaginary boyfriend is a thing of the past.
Whether you are lonely or just plain sick of explaining why you are single, the Invisible Boyfriend (or Invisible Girlfriend) app created by Matthew Homann and Kyle Tabor allows users to experience the fake relationships of their dreams.

For $24.99 a month you can immediately feel the effects of a rewarding virtual partner with the app designed to send user’s texts, voicemails and even a handwritten note from the perfect person that they created. When FEMAIL learned that the Minnesota-based app had launched in BETA today, 

In the technological age, there seems to be an app for all of your romantic needs.
In 2012, conflicted women were able to download the Should I Break Up With My Boyfriend? app in order to figure out if they should stay with their partner or end their relationships.

Coincidentally, the following year saw the creation of BreakUpText, an app that offers multiple options for users to end their relationships electronically with little to no fuss. 
And then 2014 was the year of the BroApp.

Lazy men around the world rejoiced when they learned of the electronic tool that pre-programs and sends text message to women, so they will feel adequately adored. 

READ More:  Dailymail