Linda has just the opposite problem: gorilla arms. She can scratch her ankle without bending her knees.
I became aware of this contrast when the girls were in school and had to abide by a dress code requiring their skirts to be no shorter than their fingertips.
As a result, Linda dressed like a Puritan, whereas I would be allowed to go to Middle School dressed like a street walker.
Even with TRA I've always been able to scratch my back. But now that I've torn my Rotator Cuff? Impossible.
Which puts me in the market for a Back Scratcher. I started my search on Amazon.
I ask. Why should cats have more options for scratching their backs than I?
Not to mention the fact that all the "people" Back Scratchers were boring. Certainly no Barbie Back Scratchers to be found.
I decided to make my own.
I assembled four contestants for my Barbie Back Scratch
It's a little known fact that Barbie feet make excellent Back Scratchers. Unfortunately, Handicapped Barbie was quickly eliminated, since she has no feet.
Then there were three.
Pooper Scooper Barbie refused to remove her shoes so I gave her the boot.
Then there were two: Makeover Barbie and Barbie with the Reattached Head that won't go all the way on.
I held a Back Scratch Off and it was no contest.
(Let's just say that Pooper Scooper Barbie should get a job at the Food Lion spa.)
Barbie with the Reattached Head has earned the position of Nerdling Back Scratcher.
And it's a good thing she uses her feet.
Because her arms are really short.