Sunday, February 7, 2010

Someone is WRONG on the Internet

According to this site, the first dress-up paper doll was manufactured in England in 1810, followed by US knock-offs in 1812. Goes to show how little they know. In point of fact, Andreas Vesalius invented the idea in 1543.
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Imagine what he could have done with a drag-&-drop graphic interface.
Perhaps he would have stacked them all up as layers in a self-undressing GIF.

8 comments:

mikey said...

It's important to understand that paper dolls DON'T HAVE JUNK!

Another Kiwi said...
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zombie rotten mcdonald said...

guy on the right has a brain in his palm. Seems to be a zombie.

Another Kiwi said...

Perhaps he would have stacked them all up as layers in a self-undressing GIF.
Perhaps his blog would then have no audience!?!?!?!
Spiders and Skellingtons all over the place

ckc (not kc) said...

...in 1812, the americans had reason to find some pastime that allowed them control.

Smut Clyde said...

guy on the right has a brain in his palm.

He's just going bowling.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Imagine what he could have done with a drag-&-drop graphic interface.

at this point, I am unsure what ANY of us did before the intertrons.

Probably something worthwhile or productive. Pshaw.

Jennifer said...

I think I'd have to agree with Mikey.