When I first heard about this game, I thought it was the most ridiculous thing in the world. Adopt a girl? What has this world come to? I read about it more, and than I thought, "Maybe this is a clever satire." I like dress up games, so I figured that I'd give it a shot. The first thing it told me to do was to "Change your drab hairstyle to become a blonde with cool pigtails!". Any hopes I had for this game, died. I know most little girls like making their avatars look like them. Serious self-esteem blow there. My bimbo looks nothing like me. Nevertheless, she is a rebel so she is keeping her bright red hair, thank you very much. Eventually, I had nothing else to do, so I changed her hair (for 40 Bimbo$), then changed back. Next level. It asked me to dye her hair pink. Apparently blonde pigtails are out. Skipping another trip to the hair stylist, I went to accomplish the next task. "You have been invited to a party (with your partner). Oh no! You don't have a boyfriend at the moment! Find a boyfriend who is Mr. Right or simply Mr. Right Now! Try the nightclub in "The City". Ironically, it also told me to me to go buy an apartment so I could be "A strong independent lady!". My bimbo's having identity problems. I went to look at the market. Under almost all the food, the comment was "This item feeds your bimbo, but makes her fatter!". My bimbo weighed 127.6 pounds. After eating the chocolate bar, she weighed 128.26 pounds. Most of the clothes show a lot of cleavage. The games on the site include Mastermind, Sudoku, and French Kiss ("Kiss as many boys as you can!"). In "Sort out Your Bag", there was underwear and a tampon in her bag. Apparently, bimbos can also have babies. But you need a paid membership for that. You also need to buy your bimbo dollars. Most ways to get to the next level involve buying stuff.