Braingle

Are YOU A Barbie Girl?

Yes, Barbies. Admit it, you are familiar with these toys, even if you don’t especially like them. Whether you collect, play, dress up, fix the hair or bite hands of Barbies, this quiz will help you know even more about those perfectly plastic faces.

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14 Responses to Braingle

  1. Laura says:

    We got an 8/10. Haley did it with me. Good thing – she knew at least one that I didn’t.

  2. Sue says:

    7/10. not bad.

  3. Jenny says:

    5/10 Guess I’m not a barbie girl!! ahh man

  4. SKL says:

    I got 7/10 and I guessed every one. The ones I got wrong, I kinda figured they were wrong but you know how that goes.

    I never owned a Barbie nor wanted one. I am in no hurry for my kids go be into “Barbie” either.

    • Laura says:

      You’d better start brushing up… it’s either that or Bratz (gag)!!!

      • Nikki says:

        Bratz aren’t allowed in this house!

      • SKL says:

        I don’t think Bratz will be an enduring trend.

        As soon as my kids earn enough money to buy a Barbie, they can buy one. But last I checked, they wanted a scooter. And since I told them that would require them to pick up 30 buckets of leaves / yard trash, I haven’t heard much about that.

        Now with my luck, one of the “aunties” will buy them Barbies. Because, you know, there can’t be one freakin’ toy my kids don’t have. This past week or two I’ve been trying to improve the organizational system for their stuff and man, they really have too much! And 95% of it is from aunties! This post got me thinking about how many dolls my kids already have. OK, let’s go from biggest to smallest. They have a huge Dora doll, two 2.5′ tall collector dolls (box says for ages 14+), about 20 dolls of all ages (newborn to grandpa) between about 10″ and 20″, 12 multi-cultural puppets, 4 soft dolls for sleeping with, 4 of those plastic toddler dolls where you snap the clothes on and off (with furniture), a dollhouse and similar make-believe toys that include a total of about 25 little dolls (not including pets), a building set with about 16 “people,” a couple train sets with about 16 more “people,” and who knows how many dolls I’m leaving out. Don’t even get me started on their stuffed animals, muppets, rubber animals, barrels of monkeys, . . . need I say that we do NOT NEED ANY BARBIES? But you just wait – someone will buy a couple of Barbies . . . and Lord help us if the kids smile and squeal . . . how many Barbies did they say were on the market? Why don’t you just shoot me now?

  5. Nikki says:

    I love Barbie, so I was ashamed to only get 6 out of 10. I love playing barbies with my 4 year old niece.

  6. Vicki says:

    5/10 for me

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