My Twinn Doll Takes Self-Love to a Whole New Level

Rather than lament the narcissism epidemic raging among today’s youth, one company has decided to cash in on these budding egomaniacs with My Twinn:

Since birth, today’s kids have been told endlessly just how “special” they are, lest their precious “self-esteem” be damaged. So when deciding on an imaginary playmate, they find they can imagine no one quite so pleasant to play with as themselves—or at least a “just-like-me doll™” that looks like a shrunken version of themselves.

But perhaps there are markets for My Twinn beyond the current generation of toddler-gods…

With a My Twinn, a fan of the Chucky movies can more vividly re-imagine the films with himself as the doll-protagonist.

Fans of the British TV series Red Dwarf can buy dozens of My Twinn dolls of themselves and recreate the Rimmerworld episode (forehead Hs sold separately).

Until the science of human cloning is perfected, My Twinn dolls will just have to do.


  • 6 Responses to “My Twinn Doll Takes Self-Love to a Whole New Level”

  • This gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “playing with yourself.”

    Comment by euGene on October 23, 2012 at 3:16 pm

  • These have been around for years. Very creepy.

    Comment by Donna on October 23, 2012 at 3:35 pm

  • I hope they aren’t expensive, cause they look very little like the little girls.

    Comment by Al Frank on October 24, 2012 at 1:12 am

  • very “much” like.

    Comment by Al Frank on October 24, 2012 at 1:19 am

  • Yikes. These are made by the very same company that Mitt Romney invested in during his time with Bain Capital.

    Comment by Jennyfire on November 7, 2012 at 11:47 pm

  • I’d rather get one of someone else I care about like my mother, using a old picture of her as a little girl. That would be a cool gift to remember a grandmother, mom, aunt, other family member, etc by and to bring back memories for that person. But I would never get one for myself of myself, nor would I want someone too… ick.

    Comment by Jay on December 5, 2013 at 10:00 am