from Vigilant Citizen:
Some parents discovered that plunging some L.O.L Dolls in ice-cold water revealed lingerie or bizarre symbols such as slices of pizza. Here’s a look at these dolls and how they fit a wider agenda.
L.O.L Dolls is currently one of the top-selling doll lines in the world. And, considering the fact that most girls around the world own at least one doll (many own a whole collection), that means massive numbers. MGA, the doll line’s parent company, has netted over $5 billion from L.O.L Dolls sales since its launch in 2016. It even outsold staples such as Barbie and Pokemon.
One of the brand’s most popular products – L.O.L Surprise! – had a rather upsetting “surprise” in store for those who plunged the dolls in cold water: Lingerie, bondage-influenced outfits, and odd “tattoos”. Several parents who were understandably concerned and horrified about these dolls posted some videos online dipping these dolls in water. The results are as shocking as they are disgusting. Here are some examples.
Unlike Barbie dolls, the facial features and body proportions of L.O.L dolls are made to resemble babies and toddlers. So, those who thought of this weird, unadvertised gimmick are sick in the head.
It is already a known fact that “cheese pizza” is a codeword used by pedos to refer to child p***n (same initials). To those who think that this pizza is there because “children like pizza”, take a good look at this next picture.
There are many more but you get the picture. In response to the outrage generated by these dolls, MGA issued a statement admitting that a “small number of dolls showed inappropriate attire or markings” and took “corrective measures” to their designs”.
That statement doesn’t explain why the company took the time, the effort, and the resources to add this unadvertised “feature” to these dolls. One thing is for sure, they knew exactly what they were doing.
From the Creator of Bratz Dolls
MGA is the world’s largest privately-owned toy company. It is owned by Isaac Larian, a billionaire who made fortune by introducing Bratz Dolls in 2001. These dolls also garnered a great deal of criticism due to … well … just look at them.