It's me again. (Yes, I haven't been fired yet, contrary to what others are hoping for.) :-)
For the top of the hour news, It appears that everyone on Stardoll are up on their toes because of the news about Disneyland taking over and buying the website we all love. Stardoll.
If you will be taking this picture and apparent "confidential" letter sent to a very fortunate blogger seriously, then things are about to turn for the worst.
If the titles of Disneydoll, Disdoll, Stardisney or Princessdoll isn't horrible enough, then the theme of Disney Princesses might just get us all stuck in a world of a living nightmare.
As a person of reason and good judgment, I say that this letter is as FAKE as those knock-off designer bags a few Stardollians chose to sell on their Starbazaars:
1. It seems that this letter was sent by somebody who's working from Disney to the person who first uploaded the pic (hmmm... i wonder who she is and from which blog). If that's the case, Why the hell would Disney send a letter to someone who's got nothing to do with it? Out of friendship? WTF.
2. From the look of that picture, this is suppose to be an official communication released by Disney (look at the letter head).
If so, why aren't there any news about this on Google? Yeah, I know that it's suppose to be "confidential" but come on!!! They were able to leak hundreds of copies of Britney's song on youtube even before it was released so something as big as this couldn't be possibly held out of the news radar.
3. Read that letter. Go ahead, read it again.
Doesn't it appear to be too unprofessional for it to be written by someone who's suppose to be working for Disney?
For me, it looks like it was just written by an attention seeking blogger working for an attention seeking blog who's got tons of time in their hands to come up with something as fraudulent as this.
Wouldn't it be cool to track down the person behind this?
What do you all think?
On another news, have you visited people's sceneries lately?
And to my shock, not one scenery that used "manipulation" as a technique came out as it should.
Look at the popular sceneries of Miss Isabella:
Of Stardoll Supermodel Bluegreen86
And of posing guru Liajm
Now I am well aware that there are a lot of modelling competitions runing out there.
Will the organizers postpone these contests first until this Technical Issue is resolved?
This is quite sad and I hope Stardoll fixes it. ASAP!
Another Stardoll-user-created magazine is set to make waves this 1st of February. I think their first spoiler is quite inviting.
If that got you curious enough, you can always go to the release party.
Here's the invite:
Will you go?