We still can’t believe he cheated on her.
(submitted by Verda)
yeah I had a friend who got portraits with her CPK’s. It was just something one did back in the day. My mom, paranoid as all get out, would not let me take my cabbage patch kids certain places bc of the frenzy surrounding them. My cousins mom got her ribs broken when someone trampled her to get a couple of the outfits for the dolls
Oh my God the one where the Cabbage Patch Doll is in a dark vignette…I about peed meself. 😀
Perfectly hilariously awkward! Love it!
I would have been so jealous of this back then!
totally! you know she was the star of the school when she brought these pics.
Personally, I heaved a big sigh of relief that they didn’t dress her to match the doll!
Or put a pacifier in her mouth.
I have been following this blog from the beginning and this one is my favorite. It is so perfectly awkward. A girl at that awkward age just slightly too old to love her doll so publically. And that there was a whole professional photo shoot involved, it is just so perfect and will have me cracking up all day.
All I can think of is that at least it wasn’t a Furbie…
Thank you, SweetPetunia. Except for the creepy, floating head pic, this would have been totally acceptable back in the day! I remember both my brother and I begging for Cabbage Patch Kids in the early 80s… and being totally jealous of the one rich kid in my class that had a WHOLE COLLECTION!!!!!
We were poor…my mom MADE our cabbage patch dolls. She even made my brother’s anatomically correct…it was the talk of the ENTIRE neighborhood.
The thing that makes me laugh with the floating doll head is that someone had to PAY EXTRA for this picture. It is one thing to get a bunch of pictures with a cherished item but quite another to pay extra for that!
I still have my Cabbage Patch doll somewhere. I now have some really good ideas for Christmas photos!
OK, I have to jump in here- Back in 82 or 83, when the Cabbage Kids were HUGE and parents were fighting over them in the stores, it was totally cool to have one when we were in 5th and 6th grade. No, I’m not even kidding. I remember all of us, in 6th grade, bringing our dolls to school the day back after Christmas vacation to show them off. Believe me, it was a really BIG deal! For those of you knocking her age, I’m betting you probably didn’t live through it. I can’t make excuses….it was the 80’s. 😉
so true, i remember everyone bringing their dolls to school too. fifth grade. And mine had that same blue jumper outfit! I wonder where he is now?????
I completely believe this, I’ve heard others say the same thing.
Laughing too hard….must..catch..breath…meant to say…that caption under the pic is F* funny!
This is too creepy for words! And HOW old is this kid?
The top right image is going to haunt me till the day I die.
these pictures scared the tar out of me
The really creeps me out cuz this girl looks familiar! AGH!!
greatt photos! i’m so glad i found these in time to use the idea for senior photos…
It was the 80s and those damn dolls were hard to come by. Her mom probably trampled a few other moms trying to get this wonderful doll. Weird photos, yes. But at the time – totally acceptable. Totally. Now – not so much.
Anybody else remember “My Buddy” dolls from the 80’s?
I think this is my aerobics instructor.
SUZIE: “You’re the only friend I have Chuckie”
DOLL: “I’m the only friend you’ll ever need, Suzie!”
The top right one is going to give me nightmares! I don’t know who’s weirder, the kid with the c.p. doll, or the photographer for taking that shot…or the parents for letting the kid have the shot with the doll. How old is this kid? Wow.
her parent’s PAID for this!!!
My thoughts exactly! The good ole 80’s when your “Professional Portrait Session with child and Cabbage Patch Kid” fund was a little fatter than it might be today.
I am CRYING………..haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
She may just look a little older than she is — looks about 10, but could be as young as 8, I’d think — so right on the edge for posing with a doll, and she obviously adored the silly thing. I bet she grew up to be a great mom!
As a former teacher, I have seen 14 year olds bringing their dolls to the classroom (stuffed animals, not cabbage patch) 🙂
You have to wonder if the photographer was all WT* while taking these pictures. The poor girl probably wants to burn these…instead…they wind up on the internet. Classic!
Yes, whomever let these leak out is off the Christmas card list!
I’m sure glad they spared no expense and broke out the shag astroturf for pic #4, otherwise, the whole shoot would’ve been a wash…
Isn’t she a little OLD to have all of her pictures taken with her dolly? I quit carrying around mine when I started going to school.
Nahh…she looks under 10.
I’m going to have nightmares from that top right shot. I hated cabbage patch kids even when I was a child of the 80s.
This is sort of heartwarming, except for the top right picture, which is more bone-chilling.
I’m not sure what’s worse: the top right floating head photo, or that fact that her parents clearly paid for said photo?
OMG This is the exact cabbage patch kid I had!!! I love these pics!!!!
In the shot on the upper right, her wincing makes me think that she finally realizes that taking pictures with her cabbage patch doll is not such a good idea/creepy.
MY GOD THAT’S CREEPY.
Somehow, I wish it were a joke…
The ’80s were tough on everyone.
ROFL. Yes they were.
That reflection picture is just priceless.
The floating head in the background is by far the scariest thing I’ve seen all year…
Second pic is creepy x_x
This would have been just a girl and her doll, but the hovering doll head made it weird….
no, no, this is a *teenager* with her doll. her peers traded in their dolls before the they got training bras and acne.
exactly what I was thinking!!
Love the photo with the Cabbage Patch Kid in the shadows…like she’s saying, “I’ll always be watching you, Suzie…ALWAYS…”
Suzie mysteriously disappeared after this photo was taken, her body never found. And since that day, young campers have passed on the chilling tale of “The Murderous Cabbage Patch Kid Lurking in the Shadows…”
These photos could be an inspiration for someone to write the script for a good horror movie!
Yeah, like this doll that kills people, it could be called Chucky!
They have. It’s called Chucky.
The pic with the doll’s head just floating above her is so menacing.
This is great. The most awkward thing is she looks a little too old to be posing with her doll.
you took the words out of my mouth…
anyone else disturbed by the top-right photo?
the old giant-cabbage-patch-floating-head trick?
I love the reflections shot myself. Quality!!!!
What’s up with Ghost Doll on the top right? Who thought that wasn’t creepy?
Got to love the overly dramatic giant Cabbage Patch face peering out of a black abyss over the smiling girl’s shoulder.
It reminds me of the part in movies where I’m screaming ‘Just run, you fool. He’s right behind you!’
Loved this comment!
It could have been worse – could have been a clown she was posing with.
WHOA, CREEPY! The giant disembodied cabbage patch head lurking over her shoulder is going to give me nightmares!!!
Totally – it is beyond creepy…
the ghost of cabbage past
That one made me laugh out loud.
Top right pic makes me rofl! Oh, that just made my Monday.
Me, too lol!
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