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Social Media is Getting Out of Control: The Sista Doll is Not Funny

GEESH, the Walmart Sista Doll, making a grand reappearance on the internet. For those who have been living under a rock, this controversial plus-size Black doll has been causing quite a stir since last year. Many have taken offense to the way in which it portrays women of color, deeming it as stereotypical and offensive. But hold your horses, folks, because here's a little nugget of truth for you - Walmart is not actually selling this doll. Shocking, I know.

Now, let's take a moment to appreciate the sheer brilliance of the internet. With just a few clicks and some clever photoshopping skills, a fake doll can become the talk of the town. It's truly a marvel of modern technology. But alas, some people just can't seem to grasp the concept of satire and instead choose to get their panties in a twist over a doll that doesn't even exist.

Let's break it down, shall we? The Walmart Sista Doll may look incredibly real, but it's all smoke and mirrors, my friends. It's a figment of someone's imagination, a clever hoax designed to stir up controversy and get people riled up. And boy, did it succeed. The internet went wild, with people from all corners of the globe chiming in with their two cents on the matter.

But here's the thing - why waste your energy getting worked up over a fake doll? There are real issues out there that deserve our attention and outrage. Let's save our righteous indignation for things that actually matter, shall we? Like, I don't know, systemic racism, police brutality, income inequality - you know, the big stuff.

So, to all the keyboard warriors out there who are ready to storm the gates of Walmart over a non-existent doll, I say this - take a chill pill. Save your energy for the battles worth fighting. And maybe, just maybe, learn to take a joke every once in a while. Life's too short to get your knickers in a twist over a fake doll.

Let's focus on the real issues, shall we?

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