In honor of Earth Day, here’s the prim and proper flower belles from Rose Petal Place! The Rose Petal Place ladies bloomed from the garden of the 80s and had their own line of dolls, a movie (which used the voice stylings of Marie Fucking Osmond), a board game, a lunch box and a bunch of other crap. The Rose Petal Place beauties consisted of its star Rose Petal (who was like Mimi of the 80s since her singing voice kept the flowers alive), Sunny Sunflower, Iris, Cherry Blossom, Marigold, Orchid, Lily Fair, a bunch of other flowers and their arch nemesis Nastina (not be confused with Xtina). The Rose Petal Place Wiki page best explains the history of Katy Perry’s fashion and beauty icons:
“Rose Petal Place began a long time ago when a girl was moving away from her lovely home and garden. She cried for her beloved garden because no one would be there to take care of her flowers. She didn’t want them to perish so she made a secret wish that the flowers would live forever…”
Out of this magical wish, combined with her tears of love, brought Rose Petal and all of her friends (Lily Fair, Daffodil, Orchid, Sunny Sunflower, and Iris) to life. They still reside in this garden tending the little girl’s flowers. Rose Petal made her home out of a watering pail that was left there and turned it into “palace.” And so begins the tale….”
They used a lot of words to basically say that every toy maker in the 80s was beyond high on acid. How many times do you think they tried to smoke up one of those Rose Petal Place dolls? But nobody needs to try to get high from toking on some Rose Petal hair since the commercial will take you up, up and away:
Happy Earth Day, everyone! Spend the day smoking up some of God’s green earth before trying to bring a flower to life with your own teardrop.