You made me curious. I don't get women who are fine with shaving their moustaches, eyebrows, sideburns, underarms, legs, crotches, but consider arm hair a hill worth dying on - a lot of guys buzz theirs shorter than the video I saw of her bare-armed.She was also passive-aggressive over people commenting on her arm hair before. It amused me.
That was a good pot of drama for a while. Well, as good as 3 day old clam chowder can be.Embedded:
She seems dumb. With a company name like "China BJD" it doesn't take much to figure out it's recasts (not to mention that they're sending one for free). If she'd gotten past her "gimme free stuff" reaction and had done an hour of research, she'd have figured out the last thing hardcore BJD collectors will go for is a review of a recast. It sounds like she didn't even understand what one is or how/why there's a segment of the collecting community that are downright militant about them.
Tbh, Fairyland is overrated, especially for the price. The upper thigh cup things drive me nuts and I have dolls in the 200$ range that are more stable. I'd still like a couple of the less popular head sculpts for hybridization though. A lot of the popular sculpts are very same-y.That was a good pot of drama for a while. Well, as good as 3 day old clam chowder can be.
She hardly seemed interested in bjd, as far as I could tell. Don't really see folks hop from mainline toys to bjd on review channels.
And folks in the comments wanted her to buy a fairyland to do a proper review lmao.
I was able to get a legit fl boy and compared him to a bootleg to see the difference. It wasn't enough for me to justify the difference, even if the new motion line body was won for $200.
I ended up selling the body for market price as intended and moved on.