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Definition funny of Bratz:
Dolls with huge heads, huge lips and huge eyes. Were probably created so we'd get used to freaks of a post-holocaust. Have very slutty clothes, and what's more, are aimed at 8-11 year olds. They have a 'bratz babies'line aswell. They're a rip off of Barbie and are helping to make our children sexually promiscuous. Thank you, Bratz. Without you, we wouldn't have 11 year olds giving birth and getting lip injections.
"Hey, she looks like a Bratz doll!" "Do you mean that she looks like a spoilt bitch who is making her parents promise to get her a car, or do you just think she's ugly?"
Bratz are a doll line produced by MGA Entertainment meant for “tweens” or preteen children ( 12-13 year old girls). There are “bratz” guys and “bratz” girls. These “bratz” teach children to dress up like what you could call ‘Whores’. These bratz dolls teach girls to be 'tenny bopper’s’. These dolls teach girls that you have to be hot, and to be hot you MUST wear skimpy outfits. What do these girls do when they were these skimpy outfits, imitating what they see the dolls do on tv? They go out and meet boys, who will be interested in sex. The outfits are DESIGNED to be sexual, and you can expect the girls who buy these dolls, or even see them on TV, to want to imitate them. Toys like this create a new generation of sluts, skanks, and whores!
Joe: Hey, my 13 year old sister got one of those bratz dolls for christmas. Me: Is she on the pill?
A doll that has a big head, lips, feet and no nose. They wear too much make up, and bratz babies look like they have make up on. They dress like a slut and bring a bad message to little girls who play with them. They might start thinking they have to dress pretty like them to look "good" -_- All they advertise is fashion.
Tokyo A Go-Go, Bratz Boys
A new doll line that debuted around 2001, to compete with Barbie. Bratz dolls are designed for tweens of this generation, who are learning about sex, drugs, and violence at such an early age now that traditional princess-type dolls no longer represent reality. Bratz dolls come with clothes that are skimpy and trampy looking, and there is no alternative. You can't buy any Bratz clothes that cover their bodies properly, or look conservative. Also, the accesories they come with are themed such as Juice Bars, Lounge Clubs, Rock & Roll style cars and gadgets, and Party themed houses designed for Bratz dolls and their Bratz boys to "get their funk on". You can't buy any regular homes or plain, non-sexual themed accessories, which make it hard to purchase these Bratz toys for girls under age 14, and yet most girls who do play with them are between 6-13.
Songs about Bratz:
Love Is Wicked (Bratz Album Version) by Brick & Lace from the Album Bratz Motion Picture Soundtrack
Bratz TV Theme (Remix) by Bratz from the Album Genie Magic
Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of...) (from Bratz Movie) by Lou Bega from the Album Movie Soundtrack - Songs From Film & TV
Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of...) (from Bratz Movie) (Re-Recorded / Remastered) by Lou Bega from the Album 100 Hollywood Movie Soundtrack Hits (Re-Recorded / Remastered Versions)
Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of...) [From the Bratz Movie] [Re-Recorded] by Lou Bega from the Album Movie Hit Song Soundtrack (Re-Recorded / Remastered Versions)
144 - Quantize (aka Bratz) - The Triangle (Trance / Goa / Fullon) by Trancercise from the Album 60 Trancercise Fitness Hits (Top High Bpm, Electronic Dance Music, Aerobic, Exercise, Energetic, Workout, Positive, Feel Good)
70's Bratz by Seb Marx from the Album Seb Marx Volume 1
Books about Bratz:
Bratz Friends 'N' Trends (Coloring Book) (Dazzlin' Design Time Book - Bratz - Friends 'N' Trends!) by Charles O'Connor (2003)
BRATZ! Stylin' Salon 'N' Spa Book by Jennifer Bonnell (Jul 28, 2003)
Bratz - Hangin' with the Girls (Activity & Coloring Book) (Dazzlin' Design Time Book - Bratz - Hangin' with the... by Charles O'Connor (2003)
Bratz! Stylin' Slumber Party by Cylin Busby (Jul 28, 2003)
Bratz Xpress Yourself!: Friends, Family, School, and You! by Monique Stephens (Dec 29, 2003)
Bratz Superstylin' Funktivity Jumbo Color Book (My Little Chalkboard) by Elizabeth Encarnacion and Barroux (Mar 1, 2004)
BRATZ! Sasha: Hip-Hop Hot! by Nancy Krulik (Jul 28, 2003)
Movies about Bratz:
Bratz Pampered Petz 2010 G CC - Runtime: 1 hr 16 mins Directed by: Lionsgate
Bratz Super Babyz 2007 TV-G CC - Runtime: 1 hr 14 mins Starring: Britt McKillip, Brittney Irvin, et al. Directed by: Mucci Fassett
Bratz Babyz: The Movie 2013 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 7 mins Directed by: Lionsgate
Bratz: Desert Jewelz 2012 TV-G CC - Runtime: 1 hr 14 mins Directed by: Mucci Fassett
Bratz Rock Angelz 2014 Unrated CC - Runtime: 1 hr 17 mins Starring: Lacey Chabert, Soleil Moon Frye, et al. Directed by: Douglas Carrigan
Bratz: Kidz Fairy Tales 2008 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 14 mins Starring: Brian Drummond, Britt McKillip, et al. Directed by: Phil Weinstein
Bratz Kidz Sleepover Adventure 2008 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 12 mins Directed by: Mucci Fassett
Wiki information Bratz:
Bratz is an American line of fashion dolls and merchandise manufactured by MGA Entertainment. Four original 10" dolls were released in 2001 – Cloe, Jade, Sasha, and Yasmin. They are portrayed as teenagers distinguished by large heads and skinny...
Bratz is a computer-animated television series, based on a line of toy dolls of the same name. It is produced by Mike Young Productions and MGA Entertainment, and premiered on 4Kids TV on the Fox Television Network.