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Entertainment • Feb 24, 2019

Twitch streamer Alinity struggles with simple Barbie Doll joke

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Twitch streamer Alinity struggles with simple Barbie Doll joke
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Popular Twitch streamer Alinity Divine went live with a broadcast on February 23 when she was confronted with a dirty joke - which she had a difficult time understanding.

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The joke in question went as follows: “Why did Barbie never have kids?”

Alinity guessed that the answer may have to do with the doll’s infamously impossible measurements, which would prevent her from walking upright and even lifting her head.

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“Because she doesn’t have a period,” Alinity speculated. “I read somewhere that if Barbie were a real woman, she wouldn’t even be able to give birth.”

However, the joke’s punchline was far more obscene, reading, “Because Ken always came in a different box.”

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Barbie's real-life measurements would give her major difficulties performing basic tasks, like walking and even lifting her head - were she an actual human.

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Alinity seemed to struggle with the punchline’s meaning, wondering if it was in reference to the two literally being packaged in separate boxes.

“Okay, I think I get it?” she continued. “Because they couldn’t make babies inside the box?”

Her chat quickly came to the rescue, explaining that the word “box” may also act as a crude name for female genitalia.

Alinity appeared to be shocked and appalled at the joke - much to the amusement of her viewers.

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Alinity is a massively popular Twitch streamer, with an audience of over 788,000 followers on the platform.

While Alinity boasts over 788,000 followers on Twitch, she is likewise known for numerous scandals, one of which included her copy strike of PewDiePie’s YouTube video for calling her a “Twitch thot” in May 2018.

Alinity also circled the news in November 2018, after an email leaked during a stream that showed she had sold her underwear to an unnamed individual.

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The streamer later admitted to the transaction, and claimed that she would never make such a deal again.

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