Shipping & Returns
She is sooooo cute!
Sadly she will be retiring soon.
Why are you retiring her?
She looks like she’s got a lot of fucks left to give. 😊
A couple questions.
Does "retire" mean pack up and put away or just stop using?
And how do you dispose a doll without looking like a serial killer?
@Richard Bradshaw what i meant by retiring her was to dispose of the doll, normally if a doll will not be used for weeks or months i call that storing her, if a doll will not be used for a few weeks or days i normally refer to it as put her away or off the rotation, if i mention a doll is on the rotation of front line i usually mean she is being used daily or about every other day, these are just terms i have used in the past but did not really research for the official terms or what most people would call each period of time.
In the case of my Isabella if you do not mind the details since she is small and light i ended up deciding to simply take the head of since it is still in good shape and put her on a plank position then i put her body inside several layers of 55 gallon heavy duty trash bags and she fitted perfectly inside the trash container, she was scooped up along with the rest of the contents in the container and none was the wiser.
Unfortunately my Ana will need to retire also and she is a bit taller but still short enough that i will probably try the same method, i also have 2 non MLD dolls that a will need retirement soon, i have not yet needed to retire a medium or large doll but i assume those will need to be partially disassembled.
Mmhm... i guess i did look a bit like a serial killer after all, then again i view my beautiful dolls as toys, tools or aids, but that's just me.
Thanks for the info. I think it is almost time to retire my Emma doll. She is very small, so it should be simple.
I guess medium and large dolls would need to be partially disassembled.
I also have an Isabella but she is still in great shape.
Looking to get a large doll in the near future.