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Thread: Lammily-- The Every Girl Doll
March 5th, 2014 05:45 PM #1Member
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Lammily-- The Every Girl Doll
Some of you might have seen the article about the "average" Barbie doll that was circulating several months ago on the internet and was applauded for being a realistic-looking doll for girls. Apparently she is moving towards production and has a name-- Lammily, presumably after the surname of the man who created her.
While I love this idea and think it will be great for future generations of girls, can we pause for a moment to consider the name Lammily? What are your thoughts and opinions on this new invention?
March 5th, 2014 05:52 PM #3
March 5th, 2014 06:05 PM #5
"Lammily" is a sure sign of end times.Emily, 19, Southeastern US.
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March 5th, 2014 06:14 PM #7
The artist's name was Nikolay Lamm. While I appreciate the more realistic proportions of the doll, why the childish take on his surname? What's wrong with Nicola, Nicole, Nicolette, Nicoletta, Nicolina etc...They made the doll more womanly but unfortunately forgot to choose a name to match it. Lammily sounds like a 2-year-old trying to pronounce the name Emily.All the best,
March 5th, 2014 06:15 PM #9
Lammily....erm, what, like Lamb and Milly? How do you even say that? LAH-mill-ee? LEH-mill-ee? LAY-mill-ee? LAH-mill-ay? LEH-mill-ay?
Regardless, that's just...well, ridiculous.
What's wrong with Nicola, Nicole, Nicolette, Nicoletta, Nicolina etc...
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