Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Barbie"

The meaning of "Barbie" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The Barbie doll has been accused of a lot of things: for having an anatomically-impossible figure; for substantiating every stereotype that boxes-in females across society mean?
A: It sounds more natural to say

"The Barbie doll has been criticized for many things. One is possessing a figure that appears unnatural. Another is supporting every stereotype that has labeled women throughout history."

I hope that makes sense T_T
Q: What does If you're into Barbie dolls ''with a silver spoon up their ass''. mean?
A: Barbie dolls are a type of toy. In this context it means a beautiful but stupid woman.
To have a silver spoon in one's mouth means to be born wealthy, and implies that someone has never had to work for anything.
To have something up one's ass means to be in a bad mood or easily angered.
Saying that someone has a silver spoon up their ass is just combining the 2 meanings.


Q: What does They’d argue over whose Barbie had dibs on Ken, because there was only one Ken. mean?
A: Dibs means who had claimed the right to the ken doll first. Each girl has a Barbie doll but only one ken doll for both of them. They argued over who claimed the ken doll and got to use it.
Q: What does Barbie mean?
A: Barbie is a type of girls toy however it could also be referred to a women that's "perfect" looking in someone's standards
Q: What does I told him I wanted the Barbie Dream House, and he said he'd hook me up mean?
A: Hook me up = connect me to something /someone
hook me up with a job
hook me up with your sister

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I told him I wanted the Barbie Dream House, and he said he'd hook me up.
A: "Hook (someone) up" is a different idiom from "hook up". It means get (someone) what they want.
"My friend hooked me up with this new phone."
It is very slangy.

Other questions about "Barbie"

Q: “Is Barbie moving to the suburbs?” “Believe it or not, she is moving into your neighborhood. You may well bump into her one of these days.” does this sound natural?
A: I would say "you may even bump into her..."
Q: I told him I wanted the Barbie house, and he said he'd hook me up.

From the above sentence, I want to know the meaning of the phrase verb "hook me up".
would you please let me know?

Thanks for your help. :)
A: "Hook me up" is more along the lines of sounding.....unusual, or rather, not in the open. Like he'd get it for you.....but not in the way most people would: by buying it.
Q: ...I'm a Barbie girl. does this sound natural?
A: Need some work on youre accent but it sound good, I didnt understand the first statement though.
Q: She look like a Barbie does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: He always watches Barbie movies after he has watched a horror movie does this sound natural?
A: Hilarious!

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