Anyway, that doll you posted looks more like an ugly pillow no offense. But yeah that picture isn't remotely close to anything I would ever want to buy.
@Big-Will- I concur. That pillow thing was ugly.
I can't wait for my Kyle doll to arrive it is in PERFECT condition- no rips, tears, stains nor peeling. It is perfect and actually really clean!!
It wasn't even $20 like most of them tend to be. So I got an ok deal I guess. There is one more doll I'm looking into...we'll see if I can get a good deal on it.
Big-Will wrote:Damn, I'm glad I didn't buy one of those. Jeez.
oh m' gawd. That thing looks like it's been stuffed in the back of someone's closet with a bunch of junk piled on top of it for 10 years.
But you know if you had gotten one, you could've strapped it into the passeger's seat in your car and gotten in the carpool lane!
I don't want to damage the doll in any sort of way, but i also really feel the need to get some eyebrows on my Cartman doll.
What type of glue would work best???
Obviously not that elmers glue crud but i want a glue that won't damage the doll or something but it needs to be strong enough to hold the materials together.
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