Get Your Michelle Obama Doll, Safely

This is a Public Service Announcement.

If this is the first you’ve heard about the Michelle Obama doll, I would direct you to this article in
The New York Times, which describes it in detail:

The doll, scheduled for release Nov. 20, comes with three clothing options based on real dresses Mrs. Obama has worn: a purple V-neck sheath from the famous fist bump, a black-and-white floral from her appearance on “The View”, and a red-and-black frock she wore on election night. Jason Feinberg, the toy’s creator, told The Daily News that it’s no coincidence that all of the options are sleeveless.


I realize that we are all eager to get our hands on the new Michelle Obama doll. But I would be remiss if I did not remind the public to be safe while trying to acquire this high-demand item.

What could possibly go wrong, you ask?

Remember the Tickle Me Elmo craze?

What about the Cabbage Patch Riots ?

“Ancient history!” you say? What about last year’s Black Friday Wal-Mart Stampede ?

I understand that emotions run high when shopping for a hot commodity.

But I implore you:

Don’t let the raw magnetism of her toned arms cause us to act like savages.

Shop safe, and don’t disappoint Michelle. She might stop being proud of her country again.

(You Made Me) Promises, Promises
Life On Planet Obama