hey, kids! Miss Bimbo has a conscience!

and update from the website as of March 30th (thanks Janie!)


Dear Players,

Due to unforseen worldwide interest in Miss Bimbo we have had difficulty in maintaining our game in the manner players have become accustomed. We are sorry for this inconvenience and can assure you that our game will be up and running as soon as possible.

As a result of this rather surprising media attention we have decided to remove the option of purchasing diet pills from the game. We apologise to any players whom this may inconvenience but we feel in light of this weeks proceedings it is the correct action to take.

We would also like to sincerely apologise to our players for the media comparison of Miss Bimbo and Paris Hilton. We feel that this does a dis-service to the players whom send their bimbos to university, tea parties or chess tournaments.

At this time we would also like to remind players that the Miss Bimbo team assume no responsibility or liability for any fashion faux pas, hair style disasters or boob jobs incurred in real life as as a result of playing the Miss Bimbo game.

The Miss Bimbo Team.


omg we’ve been totally skewed in the way we looked at that shit site!  all we did was focus on the immense damage that it could cause, what with its boob jobs and diet pills and gold digging encouragement and image obsession and all.  what about the tea parties, yall?  WHAT ABOUT THE TEA PARTIES?!

also, i love that they apologize for no longer offering diet pills.  class acts!  how many of us would apologize to young girls for somethin like that?  ‘sorry, babies, but you’ll have to diet, exercise and eat right if you want to lose weight.’

nobody, that’s who.  nobody but miss bimbo.

(i hope.)

2 responses to “hey, kids! Miss Bimbo has a conscience!

  1. Lol.

    It’s a stupid game. But unfortunately this site is more like an excuse to the parents whose tweens ALREADY dressing and acting like they do. Missbimbo.com probably has a decent sized fan base, but that doesn’t account for the girls (and boys) who aren’t actively playing the game. If anything, girls this age are more impressionable about who’s popular and what’s in with the older crowd.


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