A doll that looks like it is just 600 pounds of muscle has been gaining attention online after a picture of it in the store went viral.
The doll, a 6-foot-tall doll named Pee Wee, was featured in a photo on the company’s Instagram account, and has since been featured in hundreds of comments and Facebook posts from people wanting to know more about the doll’s origins and the doll company that made it.
Pee, a doll in the likeness of former President Barack Obama, was sold in 2016 for $2,499, according to the online doll auction site.
P.E.I. resident Julie Clements said she noticed the doll while shopping at the Victoria Dolls store in the Halifax, Nova Scotia, area.
“I was surprised to see that it was not a real doll,” she said.
“It was just the plastic she was hanging from her arms.”
Clements was shopping at Victoria Doll for her daughter.
“The doll is beautiful,” she added. “
“You can tell that Pee is made from real bones, she’s not a fake. “
The doll is beautiful,” she added.
Pee’s mother, Toni Clements, has posted several pictures of the doll online. “
If you want to wear this doll, you need to buy this doll.”
Pee’s mother, Toni Clements, has posted several pictures of the doll online.
“Pee Wee has the same personality as her mother, who is an accomplished sculptor, artist and actress,” she wrote on Instagram.
“We love that she looks like Pee.”
Clement said she and her daughter plan to make the doll their own and that they plan to sell it online soon.
“When I was shopping, I was thinking about my grandmother, who was a sculptor and artist,” she explained.
“So I wanted to make Pee like her, so we wanted to put her in a dollhouse.”
PEE’S ORIGINS There is no official word on how Pee came to be, but Clements told The Associated Press she and the dolls mother were both born with cystic fibrosis, a disease that causes the body to be covered in a thick layer of fat that prevents it from being able to produce healthy tissue.
Clements and her mother also have cystic liver disease, which prevents the liver from producing enough blood to keep the body’s cells functioning properly.
The disease can also affect the brain and the nervous system.
Cements mother is currently in a nursing home and the daughter is being cared for at home.
“My daughter is going through the same thing as Pee,” Clements explained.
“I am not the type of person that’s going to say ‘OK, I’m going to make my own life doll,'” she added, “I would never do that.”
S FIRST TRACK The Pee-Woo doll, pictured, was created in 2008 by Victoria Doll.
PEE-WOO: Pee-woo, the doll of former P.F. Kennedy president John F. Kennedy, is one of many celebrity dolls in the company of Pee.
Clements said that her daughter’s doll was initially designed as a toy for her, but it became something else after her daughter noticed it.
“As she grew older, Pee started to see the pictures on Instagram and thought ‘this is the perfect doll for me,’ and she became obsessed with it,” Cements told CBC.
PEE-WEEE’D HEAD SHOP The doll’s head was originally designed by Victoria.
Victoria Doll’s founder, Paul Meehan, also designed Pee and other Pee woos, including Pee the Bunny.
PECKED: The head of P.W.E., pictured in 2007, is Pee Woo’s second head.
He also designed the iconic Pee balloon.
A PEE WOO doll stands on a pedestal in the lobby of PEE DICKS in Halifax, NS, Canada.
The Victoria Doll store in Halifax was named after Pee E. Woos founder Paul M. Meehans head shop.
Victoriana Doll is also owned by Clements’ brother, and they both have been active in the community since childhood.
PENNY WOO: The original head of the PeeWoo Doll, Penny, is the only Peewoo doll that is not a celebrity.
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This photo was posted by Victoria doll founder, PEE E. MEEHANS.
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