The bottom line is that the girls who stick out most will get noticed first. Maybe in a good way, maybe not. It's also a regional thing. If you live in a place like where I come from, Boca Raton, FL, where half the women there look like Barbie dolls, then all you'll be doing is blending in with a crowd and it won't get you noticed. There, it's the girls who dress down and go with a more natural look who get noticed most simply because it's not the norm. But here in Pittsburgh, it seems to be the opposite.
The term "barbie" when applied to a human normally refers to the fake appearance of said person, so unless you pride yourself on packing on £20 of makeup a day and using 3 cans of hairspray each hour then no, being a barbie is not a good thing.
Sure they're nice to look at and men will shag them, but only the shallowest of the shallow will want a relationship.
No, I don't want to be with somebody who looks like they are trying to be in the Ripley's Museum because of a weird body. Barbie has ridiculously long legs, webbed fingers, no eyelids, a detachable head (which might actually be pretty cool), and no vagina...just to name a few.
Don't be a Barbie, guys want a nice body not a girl that looks like she hardly eats.
Most guys want a girl that's healthy and average built.
But of course, it never hurts to have some curves either.
yeah because barbie is very pretty. if people say no then they are just hating. have you noticed that girls who are told they look like barbies are always the girls people consider pretty and the ones that guys are attracted to? yeah...think about that...im not saying being a barbie lookalike is the only way you can be pretty, but if you look like barbie you usually are considered pretty.