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Just in time for Kid Rock’s new flick, The Adventures of Joe Dirt, fetch yourself a Trailer Trash Doll. This 11-and-a-half-inch-tall babe is an incredible breed — equal parts Barbie, Daisy Duke and Jerry Springer guest. She’s got Clairol-home-kit bleached blond hair (complete with dark roots), a ciggie pursed between her Wet ’n’ Wild red lips and, for some reason, a piglet underneath her arm. While you’re at this stereotyping Web site, sneak a peek at Ken dressed in drag. There are two versions of this bulky vixen: a fiery redhead and a blazing blonde. Both of them have wild hair that screams “the night before involved way too much wine from a box.” Curiously enough, neither of these drag queens wears shoes (maybe the MIA stilettos are hiding in the rambunctious hairdos or sunken at the bottom of Barbie’s hot tub). For $19.95, the cheap price of a romantic dinner at an all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant, Trailer Trash Doll is available at www.trailertrashdoll.com.

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