From Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia

Jump to: navigation, search

Colossus of Barbie (history, logs)

Featured picture candidate

One of the seven wonders of the pre-feminist movement, the Colossus of Barbie stands as a silent sentinel, ever-watching, over Toydom's Valley of the Dolls. In an ode to its majesty, Percy Bysshe Shelley declared:

That all the world remains, to seem, unchanged,
Her triumph o'er the rivers, wrath, and range,
Of her immortal gaze, fixed cold with steel,
I dare not but apease her wealth with meal.
But, yet, Man has not seen her to the test;
What's more, pity I couldn't bugger her like all the rest.
This is evidence that when the monument was built, people were of the belief that God was indeed a woman. Take that, Benedict XVI!

Image credit: Prettiestpretty
Archive - Discuss this image

Score: 14
For Votes: 21
  1. Prettiestpretty
  2. Bloopy
  3. Imrealized
  4. Some user
  5. Alia kenobi
  6. OsirisX
  7. Kaizer the Bjorn
  8. Hindleyite
  9. Hardwick Fundlebuggy
  10. Faster Pussycat Kill Kill
  11. Bradaphraser
  12. Savethemooses
  13. Anon32
  14. PiOfFive
  15. Rataube
  16. 02barryc
  17. Ianweller
  18. LeoFed
  19. Bldnghrtlbrl
  20. §ǚρωξλ£μĦΦφ≈€ƏξßÐÆØΞ
  21. Feureau
Against Votes: 7
  1. Ghelae
  2. Zombiebaron
  3. Hinoa4
  4. Anidnmeno
  5. Sikon
  6. Rcmurphy
  7. MoneySign
Personal tools