I don't know about you, but I am done with the celebration of Barbie's 50th birthday. To be honest, I wasn't that wild about her 5th birthday in That was the year my mother dutifully handed me this micro-waisted, ample-busted, curvy doll with a blonde bob, and feet that only could have been produced by centuries of foot binding. As a little girl who grew up largely swinging from trees on Vancouver Island, I did not know what to make of this creature.
Three ‘hot’ women say their beauty is a curse in the workplace and they were hired as ‘eye candy’
Why 'bimbos' like the late Anna Nicole Smith are cleverer than they seem | Daily Mail Online
Her surgeries include rhinoplasty, lip implants, Botox and breast enhancements which have expanded her to a size 32G. The extreme makeover may appear to be the result of psychological disturbance or severe image issues, but year-old "glamour model" insists she is ordinary and just wants to stand out. But I hated my small A cup boobs. I didn't like myself or the way I looked. I had an inferiority complex. They are so bright and bold. It was this fantasy in my head.
Not so dumb: Tragic star Anna Nicole Smith who died of an overdose in following the death of her year-old billonaire husband in They are the butt of many a joke but, it seems, that bimbos are endowed with a shrewdness to match their beauty. Researchers say that women with low IQ's are much likelier to pursue rich men than females who have higher intellects. The experts say the reason is not so much naked greed, rather an instinctive urge to guarantee a secure financial future for any potential children.
Everyone wants to be like them, and they clean up in the lottery of life. The research, published in US journal Sex Roles, argues that beautiful women are seen as less honest and trustworthy and are more likely to be sacked. The study says female colleagues still consider gorgeous women a threat. And men would rather hit on them than hire them.