Weird. And why limit this to kids 3-12? Seems like they will miss a lot of opportunities for additional profit, very unlike Disney.
the level of creepiness knows no bounds.
sooooooooooooooo creepy and judging by the rest of the comments on this post there are a lot of others who think so too, so I don’t fully understand why disney would invest in such an unsightly use of this technology
“Go to sleep!”
“I can’t, mom!”
“I’m staring at me!”
This conversation will happen. This is creepier than that Poltergeist Clown.
Is this limited to little girls?
Not that I imagine many boys would want it, but I just wonder if Disney would restrict anything to one gender.
Why does my kid’s doll have a skinny body and a fat face? LOL
This is age discrimination and it saddens me. Disney, why would you try to ruin my dreams?
I saw this in action a year ago at WDW while they were still testing in curtained off corner of the Downtown Disney store. The dolls are not creepy, it is amazing how detailed they are of the little. The creepy part was the questionire after words. It something to the effect like (paraphrasing from year old memory) If age appropriate body styles, were offered would you consider purchasing one? My guess is that was considering selling different body styles to different age groups.
These are actually not that creepy looking in real life. My daughter had this done while they were testing it in 2010. And it’s beautiful! She loves it!
Yes, they are creepy. The reason we love the princesses so much is because they are way, way prettier than us. The same with Barbie. I probably would’ve loved the idea of it at age 8, but I can honestly say now I would hate to have a keepsake of my 8 year old face memorialized on a doll like that. Sorry to all you moms who think their daughter are the most gorgeous girls in the world, but the effect is NOT GOOD. Crazy kid faces on princess bodies is capital “C” Creepy. Buy them a costume and take a picture.
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