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Fat a** dolls


Unswerving cyclist
14 Mar 2002
Hm, this week's Waiwai stories are pretty juicy, here's one of them (quite harmless), reported by Mainichi on July 17, 2002:

Fat a** dolls - just like the girl next door

By Ryann Connell
Staff Writer

Though it's been a tough slug for the past decade or so, Noughties Japan still leads the world when it comes to such technological wonders as supertankers, cars, household electronics, audio-visual equipment and, especially, life-sized figurines.

Fever Dolls are sold only over the Internet, but with 300 of the life-sized mannequins having been bought in recent months, they are, according to Weekly Playboy (7/30), something of a surprise hit.

"It's not like the Fever Dolls have got big breasts and their waists aren't particularly thin, either. What's more, they've all got fat asses," a spokesman from Maniacs, the company that produces the dolls in sleepy Tokushima, tells Weekly Playboy. "Our concept is to make a doll that resembles the type of girl you'd find anywhere."

Weekly Playboy notes that the Fever Dolls have an incredibly realistic feel to their skin, muscle tone and proportions. Surely they must have been made based on a real woman, the weekly muses?

"Not at all," the Maniacs spokesman tells Weekly Playboy. "All we did was make our designs three dimensional. These girls are objects created entirely from the designer's imagination. We also have customized models, giving customers a doll where they can choose their favorite hair color and style or skin tone."

Indeed, buyers can choose a Fever Doll with natural black hair or even blonde locks that come in myriad cuts and styles. Fever Dolls can also be purchased with a full body tan, the honey-colored skin of most Asians, a body replete with tan lines, a pure white form, or the tanned, panda-faced look popular with Yamanba girls in the late '90s. And the mannequins are even equipped with realistic nipples and pubic hair that, like that in Japanese pornographic magazines, can be erased in seconds with an airbrush.

But, beware. Fever Dolls aren't produced for any carnal purposes. The only screwing anybody can do with a Fever Doll is attaching or removing the arms (or right leg in the case of one model) when changing the mannequin's outfit. Maniacs employees state that most buyers of Fever Dolls use them only to dress up and the company sells costumes for them that include a motor racing model's swimsuit, a miniskirt, schoolgirl's uniform or the replica kit of Italy's Juventus soccer team.

Fever Dolls come in two basic models, the latest model Nineteen, which is made to look like a woman around 20 years of age, and Sixteen, which was produced with the average Japanese schoolgirl in mind.

"About 20 percent of all our customers have purchased the complete range of Fever Dolls," the Maniacs mouthpiece tells Weekly Playboy. "Some time down the track, we hope to produce a wife doll, a man doll and an elementary school pupil so that we can have something for all the family."

Copyright © Manichi News

Schoolgirl fetishists, unite!


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lolol What will they come up with next????:p

AAHHHHH! program them for house hold duties, laundry , cooking ect; lolol. more time off then for us mums:sleep: hehe
Hehe, as far as I know they've already developed some kind of household robot, but I'm not sure if it's already under production. Well, but that thing wasn't as attractive as these dools.
degradation of the forums while I was gone???

hehe ... adding another downward slant here.

I was at the bookstore the other day. I read only car and PC related zines. Lol and behold to my surprise, a conversion of a PC. I knew WinTel machines were good for something. Now, instead of getting it with any KY from M$ you can now give it to them literally.

This modification totally makes the case useless for anything else. You cut off the top area where your drives sit. You yank out the CD drive and then you put on this piece of cushy molded foam that feels close to [konyaku] (lol ... what ever that food is ... Americans think of mayonaise) adjust your mouse and give it a go. I just laughed and laughed when I was browsing the article.

What will they think of next.

hmmm ... I like suntan lines :) :) they ... ahem sorry ;)
Originally posted by moyashi
degradation of the forums while I was gone???
Nah, just focusing on another sad aspect of the world we live in.
lololol ... yep lines ... hehe ... what can I say.

And for Thomas, I suppose I'm one of those residents?

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