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THE SHOT — Who needs Sugar Daddy Ken when you’ve got Gay Bob, the 1997 toy sporting a fierce pair of mom jeans and who comes with his own wardrobe? And did we mention: This plastic plaything has not been neutered? (via CR)
LOL! Is he carrying a purse?
OMG, it looks like Alicia Bridges!! Gay Bob looks like he loves the nightlife, likes to boogie, on the disco round oh yea. My only confusion at this point is circa 1997? Really? Looks more like circa 1977.
Uganda’s Yoweri Museveni should be flooded with gay Bobs. “Comes with its own prison cell!”
I don’t think he’s carrying a purse. I’m still thinking this is circa 1977 and that is a case for all his 45 singles. I bet Gay Bob has one hell of a collection of Casablanca records in that cute little bag of his.
Wikipedia says 1977. By 1997 they were selling the steroid freak doll Billy.
the first anatomicaly correct male doll was joey, the son of michael and gloria stivic from all in the family. it might have been a baby doll but it was the first.
I bought one on eBay years ago, in its original closet-shaped box. It’s sitting on top of a bookcase in a room I almost never use. Kinda wish I had the money back.
While not anatomically correct, Earring Magic Ken was the best-selling Ken doll of all time because of how gay he looked (and because it was packaged with a cock ring).
it’s an 8-track carrier.
I love the hinged wrists for limp-wrist-power-action!
I want my Gay Bob delivered on a Freedom Tray
HEY QUEERTY PEOPLE: Doesn’t this violate your “no penis picture policy”????? :-P
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I never understood why dolls weren’t anatomically correct anyway. I always wondered why my ‘Big Jim’ & ‘Action Jackson’ dolls (uh, I mean, action figures) didn’t have wieners. I still made them do each other tho.
They didn’t seem to mind the lack of equipment. ;-)
I worked for the company as an artist that designed Gay Bob in NYC in the 70’s (by a guy who was not even gay).
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