It was such a fascinating two-minutes of reading that I decided to pick a few key pages to share, leaving out the many (mind-numbing) others. You're welcome :)
Let me set the mood ... Barbie is getting ready for her date with Ken with the help of two of her Barbie friends. She needs her special butterfly barrette from her closet, so they all go into the closet to look for it.
Titillating, is it not?
Barbie, with an aloof, Kardashian-like dismissal, refers to the extravagant, cavernous collection as a "few odds and ends".
Always humble, Barbie shallowly replies, "You haven't?"
Seems to me that anyone smart enough to be an astronaut would know that not everyone gets to go to the moon!
They revel in the glory that the that they're all exactly the same size ... seemingly unaware of the fact that Mattel uses the same mold for every Barbie doll ... both Barbie-Barbie and her Barbie-friends ... the Barbie-wannabe's!!!
Way not to look desperate, Kenny-Boy!
Barbie's closet isn't looking so amazing now, is it friends?
Ah, I thought ... the "famished" friend is the smart one ... the other obviously doesn't know that "famished" means "starving"!
Just then, Barbie discovers she's had the barrette in her pocket the whole time.
Oh, no! What have they done? Did they blow up Barbie's closet and all her clothing and matching accessories?!!
I'm afraid to turn the page!!
Or is it?
Because I can't help but wonder ... and worry ... is Ken's breath still minty fresh?