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My Twinn
imageMy Twinn is a legitimate website selling dolls which look like the child you're buying them for.

First you pick an outfit, skin tone, and hair and eye colour. You send in a photograph of your child, and the artists craft the doll to resemble the photograph, including painting on such things as freckles or birthmarks. You can also buy matching outfits for the doll and child, and matching accessories.

The dolls do seem very well made - they really do look like the children they're made for. One of the testimonials from previous customers states that "Over the years many people have mistaken the doll as a real child!"

I think that is my trouble with them - they look very creepy to me.
Categories: Miscellaneous
Posted by Boo on Wed Sep 27, 2006
Comments (32)
my twinn doll just came in a few days ago i loved it i sent it back for different eyes but now i have it back . i named her catherine it was auess to be kylie .
Posted by carly  in  not telling  on  Sat Dec 01, 2007  at  10:37 AM
I think My Twinn dolls help girls, who dont like how they look, to appreciate and accept their facial features. They are not creepy at all.
Posted by Mavis  in  Florida  on  Fri Jun 05, 2009  at  05:42 PM
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