Yesterday, we brought you news of "Normal Barbie" (aka Lammily), a doll whose measurements represent the average 19-year-old American woman.
While many of you thought the concept of a realistic-sized doll is great, others argued the toy, which comes with cellulite, stretch marks and acne stickers, takes away from the fun and fantasy of playing with Barbies.
In response to the criticism, Lammily's creator, Nickolay Lamm, went straight to the individuals who would be buying his product — 8-year-olds — to see what they had to say about it.
Watch the video below to find out what second graders at St. Edmund's Academy in Pittsburgh think about Lammily (and tell us your thoughts in the comments section!):
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