I saw these a long time ago in Toys R Us and thought, hey, I guess that's good idea if a parent can spare $150 for a doll. At some point today, though, I came across a toddler picture of myself, which was still haunting me when I came across a My Twinn ad a few minutes later.
This is me:
I was realizing what a blessing it was that my mom could never have afforded a My Twinn. When your kid looks like this, you DON'T have a doll created in her likeness. In fact, you keep her clear of all mirrors. If I had been presented with a doll that looked like me, I probably would have vomited, and then I might not have slept for weeks.
Let's just say I could have handled a My Twinn. My mom probably coulda bought one of these Phantom figures as a cheap substitute, and I woulda thought it was made in my likeness: