Here he is, in all his fabulosity-- It's the "Palm Beach Sugar Daddy" Ken doll!
Isn't he dreamy? ;o)
I don't know about you, but I just love a guy who can pull off this frou-frou girly-man look!
Admit it, gals, you're drooling over your keyboards, right?
. . . Have you finished staring in disbelief yet? If not, I can wait another minute or two.
Done now? Ok! :o)
The expression on "Sugar Daddy's" face gives me the creeps, and those sandals are. . . Well, let's just say I don't like 'em. As for the floral swimming trunks, the less said, the better. And the rest of his wardrobe. . . Is it just me, or does it look like Maria from The Sound of Music whipped up his jacket from the remnants of her bedroom curtains, while she was making play clothes for the children?
. . .Only she saved the mismatched, ugly neon lime curtain for Sugar Daddy Ken. (I can't blame her. He certainly deserves no better than neon lime.)
Apparently this is old news, but it was new to me. The people behind the doll say he's called "Sugar Daddy" because he is "daddy" to a dog named "Sugar".
. . . Yeah. Sure. Whatever you say.
Oh, but they also mention that he's really intended for adult collectors (hence the outrageous price of $70-$82).
So which is it? You can either play wide-eyed innocent and name the puppy "Sugar" or you can say he's designed for a strange bunch of adults who really, really need a metrosexual sugar daddy Ken to complete their collection. You can't have it both ways.
Well, this has been pointless, but just consider yourself lucky that it's not a political post. ;o)