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15 Creepiest, Weirdest & Strangest Dolls Ever (Photos)

By Sunny Chanel |

The Knocked Up Barbie

When you think of a standard everyday doll you probably conjure up visions of Malibu Barbie, Raggedy Ann or a Cabbage Patch Kid. But all dolls, they are not made the same. Some break the mold and veer into territories that are far odder, creepier and stranger.

Many of these dolls illustrate a very human experience, from childbirth, to menstruation to breastfeeding to urination. Others pay homage to human organs, pan handling and a knife wielding murder. Yup, an eclectic array for sure.

Check out our list of the 16 most odd, unusual, creepy and strange dolls ever right here!

(to left: The infamous pregnant Midge doll – Barbie’s best friend – was produced in 2002 and was very short lived because it was seen as being too controversial).

Also check out 17 Creepy Celebrity Dolls – Not Even Their Kids Would Want to Play With

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15 Creepiest, Oddest & Strangest Dolls Ever (Photos)

Little Miss No Name

Little Miss No Name - the pan handling doll - was produced in 1965 and was discontinued soon after.


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121 thoughts on “15 Creepiest, Weirdest & Strangest Dolls Ever (Photos)

  1. Kristin says:

    I like the idea of the birthing doll… for ADULTS.
    I also like the idea of the handicapped dolls for anyone who is handicapped. I mean, we have black, Asian, ect.. dolls for everyone else to play with. Why not these dolls?

  2. Kristin says:

    The pee and poop dolls could’ve been handled in a better fashion. Maybe not really giving them… eyes? I don’t know

  3. JOYGUSTIN says:

    that is so unbelievable .that thing is scary!

  4. Dawn Papple says:

    Orangutans are apes, not monkeys. Just throwing that out there! ;)

  5. Kimberly C. says:

    I think it is a rather sad sign when one considers a breastfeeding or birthing doll in a creepy line up. They are natural and wonderful and kids like to play mommy how about we give them a normal view of how it goes and how a baby should eat.

  6. ashley says:

    I do not like them i understand it is teaching them things but some of those shouldnt be given to a child i would not buy my child any of them!!!!

  7. monalisa dattilo says:

    stretch marks and all…………creepy

  8. melissa reeves says:

    wow have any of you sean the human centipede movie , those toddlerpede dolls are super creepy

  9. She says:

    I dont see anything wrong with any of it. Different strokes for different folks.

  10. amywindsor says:

    I’m not sure I want to admit this, but I had that shaving Ken doll when I was a little girl. And I loved it! He came with a foam “razor” that when you dipped it in water and wiped it across his face it turned brown. Or the inverse of that. I can’t remember. Ha! I haven’t thought of that doll in forever.

  11. Valerie says:

    I disagree, I don’t think children need to know the details if child birth.what ever happen to good old anatomically lacking barbie

  12. Valerie says:

    @ amy I too had shave ken, the beard disappeared when wet lol I remember making him shave before work like I watched my dad do.

  13. Juliet says:

    Why should one “hope” that little girls arent playing with the birthing dolls? Shouldn’t they know where babies come from? What would be creepy is to have a stork bring the baby… Also the handicap doll is glorious – why is it ‘creepy’? Oh I get it…differences should not be celebrated but rather hidden and we should all be playing with bond and blue eyed anatomically incorrect Barbies….

  14. Linda, t.o.o. says:

    My dd had pregnant Midge when I was pregnant with her brother. She loved that thing.

  15. Julie says:

    I find it so sad that the idea of teaching children about birth and breastfeeding is considered ‘creepy’ and ‘wrong’. Being honest with your children about where they came from and teaching them breastfeeding is how babies are actually supposed to eat is wrong? Teaching them how fantastic and amazing our bodies are and how wonderfully made we are is wrong? Teaching them to be proud of their bodies and respectful of their own bodies and others is wrong? Good luck to you all when your children are teenagers and are getting all of their ‘knowledge’ about reproduction from their peers because you have never taught them anything and made it terribly uncomfortable for them to come to you with their questions and concerns. And don’t be surprised if this results in some unintended pregnancies, STD’s, and other issues. Gee- I wonder if you’ll find that ‘wrong’ too….

  16. kari says:

    I think that the breastfeeding and birthing dolls (though each of these processes are the most natural things on earth), are only creepy, because there is no necessity for them. I am a mother of 2 children, and my oldest child, didn’t need a special breastfeeding doll, she would just come and sit next to me when it was time to nurse her brother and she would just nurse one of her “babies”, she did NOT need a special doll to help her “feel” like a Mommy. Also the birthing doll, sure I suppose one could use that for a birthing class for ADULTS who are about to have a child, but I do not think that I would like my 5 year old playing with something like that. I don’t know, maybe it’s just me…..

  17. kari says:

    Don’t get me wrong, I see no problem with teaching our children where babies REALLY come from, but I don’t know if I would want my children playing with a super-realistic and anatomically correct Mommy doll who “shoots” out a baby, it just seems strange, not creepy. Also when I was growing up I never had dolls like that. My mom did the same thing that I did with my daughter, I just let her watch me nurse my son, and then she started nursing her own babies when I would nurse Thad.
    Oh and Hey, just for the record my daughter doesn’t play with Barbie either, Just way to wrong an image in my mind. She has found much more suitable and cuter dolls.
    I find Barbie revolting…..

  18. TJA says:

    I had the shaving Ken

  19. Stephanie says:

    Totally had the shaving Ken doll, I actually enjoyed setting up an entire barbie house because I had everyroom, and I would send him into the bathroom and shave him in front of the sink before he went to work at my Barbie Mcdonalds hahahah!

  20. says:

    These are pretty wild dolls here! I have to say that the pregnant doll is weird because in real life, there is no window to our wombs. If it were for medical students, then that’s a different story.

  21. Christina says:

    Pretty interesting collection, but you missed the Barbie & Tanner the dog one… the dog poops, then Barbie picks it up… and feeds it to him!! so he can poop again! Pretty sure it’s still available…

  22. JoAnna says:

    I want to know who made them and who let them put them out in stores .. !!! I will NOT BUY them for my Children .. !!!

  23. Kealani says:

    I like the tampon doll & all the others. They make fantastic learning tools. My daughter is 13 & this doll could of helped me explaine a tampon. B-T-W I still own my pregnant mage & shaving ken dolls. I still enjoy playing with them & my other dolls, including my original little people, my action figures-star wars, gi joe, heman, etc. B.-T-W I’m 32yrs old, happily married & have a 13yr old daughter. Her & I both play together or even all by our selfs.

  24. Little one says:

    I LOVED my Pregnant Madge doll! (Shaving Fun Ken too). It wasn’t a creepy doll. She was barbie-like with a snap-on tummy that held the baby. It was hands down the coolest doll I ever owned. As for Shaving Fun Ken, pretty much anything I could ‘alter’ with hot or cold water was fascinating to me. It’s just like the cabbage patch dolls who’s eyes you could open and close with hot or cold water.

  25. Amber says:

    (The “Japanese Shaving Doll” is Chinese-made, not Japanese.)

  26. Rhissanna says:


    An interesting idea, rather spoiled by poor research and limited vocabulary. Overuse of the word ‘creepy’, poor understanding of the concept of dolls as toys as opposed to dolls as collectors’ items. I find it a little strange that human figures depicting birth and breastfeeding should be dismissed as ‘creepy’.

    Must try harder.

  27. Pamela Sahagun says:

    oh…some of these creepy little dolls were just too funny. Would I let my child play with them?… The mommy and birthing dolls have a cool idea behind them if you are using them for a sex ed class or parenting class, but not for kids to play with. The Reborn dolls I thought were cute.
    Thank you for sharing this.

  28. Syndel says:

    I think the handicap ones are GREAT and we need more of them out there. I’ve worked with special needs for a long time now (aswell as having family members with handicaps) and these would really come in handy sometimes.

    I love it and it’s NOT at all “creepy”. Would you call handicap kids or grown ups CREEPY? Hopefully not.

  29. sam says:

    Actually!! the ONLY thing i wanted for my b’day/christmas when i was 6 WAS the “shaving cream KEN” and i Still have him, im 20

  30. s. gauthier says:

    I like the Harry Potter doll!

  31. Melissa says:

    Little Miss No Name is creepy in her expression. Wow. I’d have ( and may have nightmares tonight, over her ).
    The Child Birth Doll – I kind of have a neutral opionion on her, I dont think I’d personally want my daughters to have her, but not exactly sure, I’d have to think on her a bit. Definatly good for a Parenting/Educational class to young adults though.
    Breastfeeding Doll – I have absolutly no problem with. It’s kind of like, some people don’t think it’s ok for boys to play Daddy with dolls. It’s not only girls who grow up to be parents. This doll to me, is no different than a baby who drinks from a bottle.
    Midge – Is really no different than the stuffed animals, that when you unvelcro their tummies, theres babies inside.
    Handicap Dolls – I see nothing wrong with them. Dolls help children feel..not alone, and if a kid is handicap, whats wrong with his/her doll being handicap to help them feel a lil more secure.
    Shaving Ken – I see nothing wrong with him either, most men are not baby faces like the reg Ken Doll. Not that theres anything wrong with the Orig Ken either.
    The Shaving Doll – I find that one weird.
    ReBorn Dolls & Orangutan – I think they’re adorable, they do look more like a collector’s doll though.
    Psyco Scene – Creepy, as intended.
    Pee & Poop Dolls – Eww.
    Tampon Doll – LoL! Funny Joke Doll?
    Many Dolls in one – again, I may have nightmares.
    Ovary Plush – Cute adult gift for whatever reason..?

  32. ariagirl says:

    Okay, downright creepy, on all of them, yikes!

  33. Adriana says:

    as a mother of 2 (girls), 7 and 3 yrs. old….. for me i would never ever buy them any of those creepy dolls. i think there are other ways to teach them, a more appropriate for their age and more pleasing to their imaginations. i enjoy my kids being kids first not acting like adults already, there’s a right time for everything.

  34. Samantha says:

    Gr8 now im going to have nightmares…thanks

  35. Tamara says:

    The “No Name” doll I’m pretty certain is either a take-off or an original Margaret Keane, who was a very popular artist at that time, and had paintings of children with those enormous eyes. I always found those to be creepy!

    I agree with the unnecessariness of the breastfeeding doll–most little girls (and boys!) would just use whatever baby doll was handy to do what mommy does.

    The only doll I found weird, for several reasons, was the Shave This Baby doll. WTF?? 1) Babies don’t need to shave; 2) is this a leprechaun??; 3) wow, pubic shaving a baby?????????

  36. Dave says:

    They forgot to put “Feral Cheryl” on the list……….one creepy doll from down under…..

  37. Libby says:

    I got one of those horrible Little Miss No Name Dolls for Christmas when I was about 4, from my parents, no less. I think I cried! I wanted a baby doll. I hated it. I am not surprised that it wasn’t popular. It was a horrible and ugly doll to be given to little girls of 4 or 5.

    I don’t even know what happened to it. I think I probably threw it away. A quick check on ebay, you can get your very own vintage LMNN for $9. I think I’ll pass!!

  38. noelani says:

    I remember a doll called “Hedda get Betta”, which I thought might be on this list. It had three different faces; happy, sad, and with measles. There was a knob on top of its head that turned to choose the face. When I was in second grade, in 1961, it was in the Sears Christmas catalog and I thought, “who on Earth would want THAT!”. After Christmas vacation was over, and everyone took their favorite gift to school for show and tell, I was horrified to see that one of my classmates had that awful doll! I felt really sorry for her. I guess she could have been an odd kid and asked for it. Actually, I hope she asked for it because I’m sure she would have been very disappointed, otherwise!

    I like the birthing and breastfeeding dolls, too. The 19th century Japanese one is quite amazing, and realistic, with stretch marks and all!

  39. jm says:

    I notice from these posts how little women understand the free market system. Most of you would probably be all for gvt banning the dolls you don’t like. People just won’t buy the “creepy” ones. Why waste time with this whiney blog?

  40. Lind says:

    That isn’t a Japanese shaving doll, the packaging is in Chinese.

  41. Sarah says:

    Not all reborn artists/collectors cart their dolls around and pretend that they’re real. Some of us just collect them like you would any other doll. I get so sick of reborners/reborn collectors being collectively labelled creepy or freaks when its only a tiny percentage that actually treat them like real babies. It makes me so angry!

  42. Anon says:

    the many dolls in one looks like it is something out of the human centipede

  43. mowammee says:

    Hey – someone forgot to mention CHUCKIE!!! Now that’s creepy.

  44. Hanna Clark says:

    These dolls are very disturbing, but I would like the PSYCHO scene doll….lol

  45. susan says:

    ok lets start from worse to almost acceptabe……………The ovary, pee and poo, and the tampon dolls all look like something you would buy at a Spencers store as a joke, who would really let their kids play with them……. the centipede dolls look like something out of a very disturbed serial killer movie.( who depicts kids like that?) ………..the Psycho and reborn dolls are collectors issues all in theirselves (weird)….the shaving Ken is silly, but harmless. the “shave the baby doll” looks kinky, strange and who has hair like that in those places? super weird… the no name doll was a fad, it was envogue in the 60′s, weird, sad but compared to above..harmless, the oriental birthing doll is quite crude, not only do they make the doll super pale, with “cankles” (large lower legs where the calves and ankles are one, suggesting an overweight issue), she has huge stretch marks, and show the baby dangling on the umbilical cord…yes delivery is not always pretty, but come on…the cloth birthing doll isnt much better, the breastfeeding doll should be teaching only, Midge is good when and if age appropriate, the handicap doll could be very useful in certain “situation and age appropriate”situations

  46. mel says:

    Most of us know these werent meant for kids.

    The reborn dolls might help those who have lost a baby,

  47. Katie says:

    I totally had the Shave Ken doll!!

  48. Layla says:

    I hate dolls. Let me just put that out there. I will tolerate Barbie’s for my daughter, but I will stay far,far away from any of her other dolls. They terrified me as a child, and I still hate them to this day and I’m also 30.
    On another note….
    I love the idea of the handicapped doll. I think they are beautiful, and very thoughtful for any child, but especially for those who are handicap.

  49. Candace says:

    i love both of the reborn dolls they’re cute not every doll enthusiast goes into crazy mode w/ them some ppl get 1 just to have around.

  50. Corey M says:

    I like the handicapped doll. That is a good idea. The shaving dolls are creepy. And the birthing dolls, they could have made them more medical looking. If that makes sense. For teaching purposes they could have made them not so creepy looking.

  51. ALICIA says:


  52. jojo says:

    The fact the birthing doll is considered creepy is creepy to me. It is a natural process and this doll could certainly be useful in teaching your curious toddler how birth works. To me it is far creepier to tell them babies come from the stork…

  53. Kim says:

    I don’t see anything creepy about the shaving Ken doll, believe I wanted one of those at the time. The pregnancy/breastfeeding dolls are always going to be controversial, in the end its whatever each person wants their child to play with.

    The reborn dolls are cute! loved the orangutan. I’d say the people that pretend those dolls are real are the ‘creepy’ part of that equation.

    Love the psycho doll, obviously its not meant to be played with. Its a collectable doll from a horror movie so its creepy in a good way. Same goes for the centipede baby…thing.

    The tampon, pee & poo, ovary, extremely hairy baby lol…etc. I agree with whoever said those look like something you would buy in Spencer’s, so those shouldn’t be considered a child’s toy either.

    I’m shocked that the handicap doll is even on the list. Wow.

    Basically the only doll I considered to be ‘creepy’ was Little Miss No Name.

  54. christine brown says:

    ok all these dolls r creepy ive seena pg barbie but it wasnt like one shown. the belly was magnant and baby u put in the belly then remove magnant belly get out.

  55. An Onny says:

    The birthing doll wouldn’t be bad at all if the barbie “mom” didn’t look like she was 15!

  56. Mae says:

    all of them are creepy and a bit funny but the toddlerpede is scary!

  57. Hooky46 says:

    There was a doll called “Poor Pitiful Pearl” that was like the “Little Miss No Name” except she wasn’t holding out her hand. She was just a very sad looking little girl. I also think “Chuckie” should have been on the list!!

  58. Annoyed says:

    That isn’t the Midge doll. Firstly, she had red hair, and secondly, the detachable belly was where the baby would be, not actually in the barbie doll itself. Just saying.

  59. Rhiannon says:

    I had the Shaving Fun Ken doll and I liked it! No problem there.

  60. cyndee regan says:

    I had the shaving ken! lol I bet my grandma still has him at her house.

  61. ntk says:

    “Japanese Shaving Doll” is not from Japan, the product name on the package is in Chinese.

  62. Suz says:

    The doll you say is the pregnant Midge is not pregnant Midge nor is it a doll in the Barbie family. This is pregnant Midge:

  63. Suz says:

    Just in case anyone is wondering, pregnant Midge is the doll second from the left in the photo I posted the link for. There are better photos out there. Just run a search and you’ll find them.

  64. Heidi says:

    I had the pregnant Barbie as a kid and I loved her. She was so neat.

  65. beth says:

    I don’t think the breastfeeding or the birth dolls are that bad, they teach about normal things and could be great for explaining to a child how and why things are. As to the handicapped dolls, what a great thing for teaching differences!

  66. Melissa says:

    I love the Reborn dolls…they are beautiful… are the Handicap dolls…very cool….Barbies are one thing….you know what dolls I HATE those BRATZ dolls…to me those things teach little girls to dress like sluts and wear to much make-up. I try to instill in my daughter you dont need that stuff to be beautiful or “cool” its to much….

  67. Samantha says:

    HEY! I totally had that shaving cream Ken doll! I didn’t ask for it, but I still thought it was the coolest thing EVER. When cold water (with or without the foam) hit his beard, it disappeared for a little bit. I was totally obsessed with it.

  68. Samantha says:

    I also had a pregnant Barbie doll, but the baby went inside a dress she wore that had a flap to show her pregnant belly. I was obsessed with that, too. I probably made Ken shave before he helped deliver the baby through Barbie’s velcro dress.

  69. Wendy says:

    They just came out with an updated version of the shaving Ken doll for 2011. The doll looks like Justin Bieber. I bought it as soon as I saw it for my daughter for xmas, hope she likes it. I thought they would sell out fast! Maybe I was wrong.

  70. Miranda says:

    I can see the creepiness in all but the Psycho doll – I actually really want that one!

  71. Jasmine says:

    The maternity doll is just plain hilarious!

  72. someone says:

    What’s wrong with the Pee and Poop doll? It’s clearly a joke, and not creepy like the other ones. It’s just a great thing for practical jokes.

  73. Alessa says:

    The only ones I found disturbing were the Little Miss No Name Doll and the “Toddlerpedes”. The rest were designed to help teach children about the human body and its functions or hygeine. I don’t see any thing wrong with that. Some are funny, but not creepy or wrong.

  74. wendyleigh says:

    commenting on the Pee&Poo dolls:
    i live in japan, and those dolls, while they have english packaging, look very much like dolls & plushies sold all over japan. poo is actually considered good luck, so i have been told by many japanese friends, because the kanji (japanese writing system of pictographs) for “gold” in japanese is similar in sound to the shortened word for poo (unchi).. also, golden poo is popular in ireland (related to the goose what laid the golden egg). so, while things may be creepy in america, they probably have a cultural significance elsewhere. :)

  75. Kimi says:

    I wanted a Shaving Ken doll SOOOOO bad when I was a girl!

  76. Lindsay says:

    I had the Shaving Ken! lol

  77. Who Cares? says:

    After seeing those “toddlerpedes” I’m pretty sure I won’t be able to sleep tonight. I’m sure fans of the movie “Human Centipede” would love to have a few of these.

  78. Who Cares? says:

    I bet you could scare the holy chicken out of someone with one of those ReBorn dolls.

  79. LIsa says:

    Handicap Dolls: There are dolls that are in production now by a wonderful company called Shadow Buddies, who make ‘medically specific buddies’ for children.

    They have over 30 different buddies that help children understand their illness/handicap and that they are not alone.

  80. lily says:

    I remember that Shaving Ken doll. I either had it, or I desperately wanted it. So, I guess it made it on at least a few Christmas lists. :P

  81. Savannah says:

    ok most of them are weird and i never really see kids having reborns. but when i was little i saw my mom breast feed my brother so i copied her with my dolls i was only 3 the only issue i would have with the breast feeding doll is i dont want my daughter to whip out her nipple with company around! lol embarrassing!

  82. sweet smile says:

    well i feel funny to see the pee & poo dolls and i think its an adult thing and improper if toddlers have those because we teach em (toddlers) how to wash em (pee n poo) and not something to play with…but we as adults maybe could keep as a collection or an amusement hmm..

  83. SA says:

    you do realise that most of these dolls are either collector dolls, meant to be teaching aids in the old days or for a joke right? like anyone is going to go out and buy a tampon doll (which looks like a plushie to me) for their child?

  84. Bethany says:

    I think the parents that say its ok to give a child a breast feeding doll.. are seriously disturbed. what happened to kids being kids? what happened to keep children innocent? people are screwed up. everybody wants a child but doesnt want to let them go thru a childhood without pushing this kind of trash on them. I’m disgusted with all of these toys and the people who agree that these are appropriate should be ashamed of yourselves.

  85. cierra says:

    well they way i see the birthing doll as “creepy” is that little girls (or boys) are gonna want to know well…how did the baby get in mommys tummy and im not too sure that many people would like to explain sex to little kids….when they are about 12 i think its fine to explain sex and what not but not when they are younger than that. well if you get it for your daughter (or son) when YOU are pregnant like a few woman who commented said they did is perfect bc then they can act out their brother or sister being born! and as for the “breast feeding doll” no its perfectly fine showing and educating them as to how a baby eats but what if she went to school with it and wanted to show other kids who parents werent comfortable with it or little boys getting the wrong idea and thinks its ok too see down alittle girls shirt (i know that this toy comes with alittle apron thing but still what if he thinks its ok to see the “real” thing) again i think its great to have it for when YOU have a baby to show YOUR kids how feeding a baby is down. and well for the most part the other dolls were kinda creepy and just odd….its not the message behind them its just there look about them lol

  86. R says:

    My cousin had the pregnant Midge doll and sister had the shaving ken doll! lol

  87. Lasey says:

    I totally want Little Miss No Name and that Psycho doll.

  88. kirsten says:

    the birthing dolls are creepy. not beautiful. seriously people, birth is beautiful, the act of birth, not so much. kids don’t need to be primed to procreate at young ages. Nothing wrong with knowing where babies come from, but let them be be kids and worry about playing, not educating themselves on childbirth.

  89. Sam says:

    All you people who think its OKAY for kids to have a breastfeeding or birthing doll need to check into therapy. Honestly, it is not only disturbing but unhealthy for a child to be fascinated by childbirth. Yes, I realize both breastfeeding and childbirth are natural but not something to be discussed nor publicized. It is just a fact of life that everyone knows about but is never and should never be discussed. There is a time and place for everything and a playroom with a child is NOT one of them. I seriously pity all you people who find this okay. Its wrong, just wrong. God Bless all you disturbed people.

  90. Perfectionist says:

    The only truly creepy thing was the toddlerpede.
    Everything else was either obviously not for children, or something that could be used as an educational thing.
    I have to say, this is pretty close-minded. Ew, breastfeeding! Childbirth, gross! Ick, placenta! I hate to sound rude, but Grow Up.

  91. Boriana says:

    The breastfeeding and birthing dolls are horrid! Im all for breastfeeding and my daughter EVENTUALLY when its time…learning about all of that…but until then I prefer that she simply plays pretend and doesnt have such graphic dolls…I think the understanding of such grown up things at too young of an age can completely screw up her mind…if they keep going in this direction maybe they’ll make barby and ken dolls that can have sex and there will be miniature condoms as accessories! Children need to be children as long as possible….no wonder kids are going into puberty at the age of 8 these days! With that said, some of the dolls on the list arent meant for kids….I think some of them are more like prank type gifts for adults…and the tampon doll…for the mom that said it would be a great gift to tech her daughter about her period….wow….I think it would be best to simply show her the tampon, it looks the same…just doesnt have the creepy eyes…doubt she would want to consider her tampon as something that can see….

  92. amber says:

    lol i had the shaving ken and the pregnant barbie

  93. Kristina says:

    I agree with most but the breastfeeding doll is not creepy! Its just over priced and useless considering little girls do that with their dolls anyway. Bottles are creepy and unnatural. Saying this is creepy also puts down a lot of people like me that pretended to breastfeed their dolls when were young. Please get your head out of your butt.

  94. Desiree says:

    I think this doll above was a great idea. I am 24 years old and when I was 4 years old my parents got my sisters and i all dolls that were named “baby feel so real”. I have searched places high and low to find one or one like it. After awhile I gave up. These dolls are amazing and so life like. I don’t think its fair to have this doll in the “creepy” line-up, for its not. Thank you that is all

  95. charly says:

    The shaving Ken was awesome! Me and my sisters loved it. And someone said childbirth should never be discussed with children? Seriously?! My kids won’t have the dolls but they’ll learn all the kitty gritty…I wish my parents told me all about sex and childbirth when I was younger. I had to find out through friends which meant I was not educated at all.

  96. scrumptious says:

    wow, even tho it’s a toy I always thought ken was fine!! I approve of him heing barbies man. She got taste!

  97. Jason says:

    Some of these rank right up there on the creepiness scale, but having worked as a toy buyer I’ve seen some doozies! Google “reborn voldemort doll” to see one of the creepiest.

  98. ladygreyheart says:

    The picture that you say is a “Pregnant Barbie” is NOT Barbie & is NOT even a Mattel doll. I am not sure which company made it, but it is definitely not a Mattel product. The Happy Family Midge doll was a red headed doll & she did NOT have a baby inside her body. The baby was in a removeable belly (it attached to the doll body using tiny magnets) so once Midge had her baby, she could wear regular clothes. You really should do a better job of researching your articles. A quick glance at ebay could show you what the doll actually looked like. For the record, there has NEVER been a pregnant Barbie.

  99. E says:

    I have to admit, the “Toddlerpede” dolls scared the crap out of me. I was literally frightened stiff for a few seconds before i could look away. There’s just something really odd and creepy about them.

  100. Cali says:

    haha I had the knocked up barbie!

  101. Danielle says:

    I had the shaving ken dol. Im 28. I kept it, I think its with my daughters barbies right now..

  102. Tiki says:

    So your basically calling the handicap creepy? Well the heck with you. Die.

  103. bri says:

    what is wrong with the handicap dolls… kids who have deformities look like that so by saying the doll is creepy aren’t ppl creepy then?… when I was in elementary school I helped out in the special ed classes and I remember in the class room they had dolls like these for the kids, which I was always intrigued by

  104. Liz says:

    My brother had the shaving Ken doll…. he LOVED it. There is a picture of him getting it for his birthday and he looks positively joyful. I think it’s great that they don’t have to just be for girls.

  105. Desiree says:

    That pic on top is not the Loving Family Midge at the article claims, in fact that doll was not even a Barbie, I don’t believe it was even made by Mattel. That doll is from several years earlier than Loving Family Midge (who for the record is a redhead not a blonde).

  106. Cathy says:

    OMG! These dolls are so cool! Love the centipede ones and the Little Miss No Name. Plus the Handicap dolls are just awesome. Wish I had them! lol.

  107. Audrey says:

    I really want to know where to get the Pee&Poop, tampon, and ovary plushies. Those things are adorable!

  108. ann says:

    i saw this yesterday and actually had a nightmare in which the toddlerpede ate me…

  109. ratgirl says:

    Thank you for curating this wonderful exhibition of doll oddities! I’m a little skeptical about the “shave the baby” doll’s mass production (though stranger things have happened, it does look a bit hand-altered). Who shaves a baby? If anything, they’re usually hair-deficient. You’d think it would be an adult, at least. :)

    I have always found baby dolls terrifying. As a kid, I was horrified when a friend absolutely demanded that I kiss her baby doll with it’s eerie hard skin. I always thought they looked like ugly dead things. I screamed until her mom came in to find out what was going on. I think I finally was forced to kiss it. I still remember how weird dolls smelled and the fake hair was just the worst. Gross! If I’d encountered that no-name doll, they’d have probably had to put me in therapy. Eek!

  110. Kim S. says:

    The Psycho doll and the organ plushies are cute – I would buy those. The birthing dolls… I could see those as being useful teaching tools, but the breastfeeding doll was a bit too much.

  111. Blaine says:

    I wonder how many realize that ‘Pee & Poo’ probably were meant to be fetish-plush toys to begin with? XD

  112. Lorialis says:

    I had that Ken doll when I was little! :\ When I was little, I liked the options of the way he looked, I don’t think that doll necessarily belongs on this list.

  113. littlebooger says:

    So a Tampon Doll is creepy but people have Mr. Hanky or Towlee,what is weird or creepy and not is a blurred line.

  114. crazy cat says:

    The creepiest thing about the homeless doll is her eyes! Maybe it’s true. The aliens ARE among us! Homelessness of course is not funny at all. I hope that doll came with better clothes and shoes accessories so children can learn how to help others less fortunate. Otherwise, what is the point? It’s just depressing. I also wouldn’t want an actual homeless child to see that doll! What a horrible thought!

  115. crazy cat says:

    Shaving Ken is silly but harmless, but oh my goodness! Who dreamt up the nightmare Japanese shaving doll? I’ve never seen a Japanese redhead. Has anyone? Why are these dolls so grotesque? I don’t know any naked Japanese women, but I seriously doubt that they have THAT much body hair. That doll has so much hair on her bottom? She’d need help from a pee & poop doll just to have a bowel movement. Good Lord!

  116. crazy cat says:

    Shaving Ken is silly but harmless, but oh my goodness! Who dreamt up the nightmare Japanese shaving doll? I’ve never seen a Japanese redhead. Has anyone? Why are these dolls so grotesque? I don’t know any naked Japanese women, but I seriously doubt that they have THAT much body hair. That doll has so much hair on her bottom? She’d need help from a pee & poop doll just to have a normal bowel movement. Good Lord!

  117. Tiffany says:

    I had him!!! unfortunately destroyed in a fire 2 years ago :[ I miss my collection of barbie stuff!

  118. spongebob says:

    well i think this is mad weird i think there are crosing the line

  119. Lisa says:

    The Shave the Baby one is not a doll or a toy. It is part of an “art” work. And some others aren’t really “dolls” either, since that makes us think they are toys. They are models.

  120. chii says:

    orangutan doll is cute.. I want it!!

  121. Angels And Demons Tattoo says:

    Magnificent web site. Plenty of helpful information here. I am sending it to some friends ans also sharing in delicious. And of course, thank you in your sweat!

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