A place full of news and information for people who love the idea of becoming a living doll. Wether its latex or plastic or even plushie.
Now see, I keep telling my Living Dollies online, there is a *market* for Living Mannequin Ladies who get paid to just *strike a pose*, stand there and *be* Pretty and Vacant, but nobody believes *me*. :p*lol* But really, you'd think that with the right approach (keeping the sexy bits sneaky and subtle) that there'd be a huge market not just for Living Mannequins, but for Living Animatronics in your larger big-box stores...we already have some of that going on with *greeters* you know. ;) Taking that concept and ramping it up to include Demo Greeters in various Departments displaying the goods in various surreal and distracting ways might be good for business.Hell, it would beat having Perfume Stalkers running you down trying to *spray* you. Ugh. :p
I've spoken to them two summers ago when I was in vegas....They told me they hate wearing latex...LOL...i wouldn't blame them..summer wearing latex in vegas...OMG..
i wouldn't blame them..summer wearing latex in vegas...OMG..Yeah, man, but it's a dry heat--
Not bad, I would made my doll get a job where she would have more interactions with customers and people. I dunno, like retail or a lil keyoas in a mall. But latex in the summer, yea you definately need to be inside.
i wonder if they havea drain in the feet people sweat a little and it will build upif they could get some shoes that have holes they could just dip out the feet while they walk
I live in vegas and have seen them quite a few times around town. I think it would be a great job but yeah the vegas heat is murder.. murder to the max.
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