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The Most Popular Girls in School

Oh my god, have you guys seen this? I have to say this is some of the best doll video work I have ever seen. The stories are hilarious and has so many grains of truth about high school. I'm working on a high school myself (by "working" I mean planning and sketching, gathering materials and ideas and waiting for Isobel to outgrown that changing table), so it's very inspiring.

It will not be everyone's cup of tea. It is rife with profanities and very adult subjects. But man, if you need a laugh, this is it. There are 8 episodes and a new one every Tuesday.

Enjoy. (If my imbedded video doesn't work, Episode 1 is here.)


  1. LMAO my head hurts from laughing so hard!
    Plus that chick did not wash her hands after pooping!

  2. I have watched the whole series a few times now! Hilarious.

  3. OMG, LOLOL!! Thank you for posting this and I agree with Ebony - non washing hands nastiness!

  4. Wow! The casual use of profanity and the sheer vulgarity made me laugh. My head was shaking no, no while my shoulders were rising, hheh, heh. Kids talk like that ... wait ... having taken SEPTA and overheard some of the comments by some of the local young people, YES, some do.

    Thanks for sharing the link. It's a different site ;-D

  5. Lol! OMG! I have never seen anything like this. Funny as heck!

  6. I was LMAO too! The voice sound like a guy doing girls voices. I think that explans the non-handwashing! This was funny!

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  8. I know, this kills me! I keep watching it again and again! I hope you're watching all 8 episodes. So much more hilarity! And beyond the hilarious story, the sets are simple but great.


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