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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Shit. I have two and a half of those! (I didn't kill animals, and I played with fire, but I wouldn't call it pyromania exactly.)
    don't worry too much I have a solid three on there pending on when in my life you look. I'm turning out not to bad
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I've heard that serial killers have a history of:
    1. Pyromania
    2. Bed wetting
    3. Animal killing
    4. Barbie mutilation

    (It's true -- I read it online somewhere!)
    :horor: I love fire. I wet the bed up until I was 7. When I was a kid I used to kill squirrels for fun. And I used to brutalize my little brother's barbie doll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    :horor: I love fire. I wet the bed up until I was 7. When I was a kid I used to kill squirrels for fun. And I used to brutalize my little brother's barbie doll.
    For me it was frogs, mice and grasshoppers.
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    ::nudges the thread hopefully back to the Barbie topic...::

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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    don't worry too much I have a solid three on there pending on when in my life you look. I'm turning out not to bad
    *wonders which one runvardh didn't have*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    *wonders which one runvardh didn't have*
    The one this thread is supposed to be about
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    When I was a kid I used to kill squirrels for fun.
    Are you serious? *kicks you in the shins*

    For me it was frogs, mice and grasshoppers.
    :eek: Omg.

    Back on topic...

    I’m surprised how many people mutilated their Barbies. I did love Barbies as a child, but I loved them so much I preserved them at all costs. I don’t remember cutting their hair or tattooing them or anything, although I did play out sexual fantasies with them and put them in various dramatic, perilous situations (for instance, I had a Barbie doll designed after Jasmine from Aladdin, and I’d imagine her in various Aladdin-esque adventure situations). I guess my fantasies of Barbie being in perilous, against-the-odds situations could be considered a form of Barbie-hate, but I think I just liked the adventure storylines I came up with. =) Ahh, childhood.

    In fact, you can probably uncover some of my old Barbies still fully intact without a hair out of place, wearing their best outfits. I loved how beautiful and graceful Barbies were. My INTJ best friend hates the messages Barbie sends, and I can see why. Society really does place a lot of pressure on us beings to be beautiful (females), successful and wealthy (males). :steam:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    :horor: I love fire. I wet the bed up until I was 7. When I was a kid I used to kill squirrels for fun. And I used to brutalize my little brother's barbie doll.
    When I was a child, a friend and I used to shoot at robins with his bb gun until one day we actually shot one and it dropped to the ground. There was a small bead of blood on its chest as it sat there quietly in the grass, its heart fluttering, and I stared, unnerved, into its dark eye until it finally stopped breathing.

    I don't think I ever talked about it to anyone, but I don't think I have ever shot anything since. I just can't.

    I still do enjoy playing with fire, though.
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    I don't understand the animal hurting.

    As for Barbie's, I had some, liked playing with them, and probably lost interest by age 9 or so. The only drastic thing I did to one was cut her hair into a bob, because I thought it would be really cute, but I remember being really mad/disappointed, because Barbie hair just looks really bad when you cut it.

    That was it! None of this mutilation stuff!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mempy View Post
    Society really does place a lot of pressure on us beings to be beautiful (females), successful and wealthy (males). :steam:
    I think that is just our survival instincts taken to an extreme.

    FWIW, I don't think my sister (ENFP) mutilated her dolls, and my mom (I_TP) collects dolls with an international theme.

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