Barbie Foosball

Today I read “Problogger: Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six- Figure Income” (Second Edition) on my Kindle. Every now and then I wrote down some websites or tips they (the writers: Darren Rowse and Chris Garrett) gave. On one of the websites B5Media, I saw this bright, pink box on the site. The simple white letters crushable drew me right in. They get an A+ for advertising. Although the site quickly told me that I wasn’t interested. Then I saw this odd picture.
I believe that everyone would have some knowledge of the girls gracing this picture. No, they are not movie stars (well they are but not really). They are Barbie Dolls, but instead of missing heads or arms, they are missing feet. Why, you ask? It’s because Little Tommy decided he wanted to turn his older sister’s Barbie collection into a fun game, and make a buck off of it. The great guys that I play foosball with every Wednesday probably would not want to play a game of Barbie Foosball. Especially if buying it made by someone else cost them $25,000.