Dating fun ken
Perhaps you spotted a Woke Ken on your train to work this morning flipping disdainfully through a copy of Roxane Gay’s You met Pool Rat Ken lounging in the sun by the pool in your friend’s apartment complex.
You brought your own poolside alcohol, but Pool Rat Ken raids his friends’ fridges for a chilled bottle of prosecco (or five), and pops the cork right into the middle of the communal swimming pool.
Includes Ken and Barbie dolls wearing fashions and accessories.
Having met my self-imposed project target late last weekend, I now feel like I can move on with some more posts.
Here’s a great, great contemporary release – Dating Fun Ken.
I have been stalking this Ken for a while now, and when Kewpie83 at Dollyconfessions posted about him, I suddenly decided that I was just going to go ahead and buy.
If you didn’t, allow “MRA Is A Slur” Ken to recap the episode for you, blow by blow, including screenshots of tweets he captured on his phone because he deemed them hurtful.
Now he’s working at a big consulting film and, it’s not like he’s embarrassed that you still bartend six nights a week, but, like, when are you going to get your life together, babe? That’s why he tags you in so many nihilistic memes.
Given this, a wigged doll would clearly provide extended interest by allowing the creation, in a very crude way, of three different characters. Of course, at the time the focus was on Barbie as clothes-horse, so what Mattel aimed to sell most of was the fashion packs.
These days, little girls in the Western world tend to have multiple Barbies, the often-quoted figure being eight per girl-child.
And when he comes to your apartment and notices how your internet is shaped as fuck, he’ll complain about it, but he doesn’t want to fix it.
Just in case he fucks it up, because he’s not even Young Libs Ken met you while you were protesting Tony Abbott’s invitation to speak at a public lecture on campus. But weed is totally all natural, so it’s totally ok.