Growing Up Skipper Breasts Grow
February 15, 2012 by staff
Growing Up Skipper Breasts Grow, Lately I’ve been thinking and talking about a doll my sister Deb and I had as kids. Her name was Growing Up Skipper, and she was a very memorable and controversial version of Barbie’s cousin Skipper. If you had her as a child, you know exactly what I’m talking about, and this particular Skipper was only made for a few short years, making her quite valuable–just ask the person on E-Bay who wants to sell her in the original box for $149.99.
Growing Up Skipper was a very special doll. When you twisted her arm around her breasts would grow (yes, really!), her waist would get smaller and she would grow taller. Magical, I tell you.
And so I thought one day the same would happen to me. Alas, it did not happen. Not so much, anyway. And like many other young girls, I was disappointed that God didn’t give me a Mattel body.
But, lately, with this whole tissue expansion thing, I feel like a real life Growing Up Skipper doll. Complete with shoulder discomfort. From all the arm twisting.
Now if only I could grow a little taller and shrink my waist …
P.S. I offer the image above as proof for some of my younger friends who have doubted Growing Up Skipper’s existence. Oh, children of the ’80s, you have no idea the wild and totally politically incorrect things you missed in the ’70s. And you thought the Bratz dolls were bad …
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