To some people, this necklace might look like something the Malibu Barbie serial killer would wear.  But to MY group of friends?  Well, this fine piece of craftsmanship is something to be treasured -- at least until you anonymously pass it along to the next unsuspecting girl.

 

It all started last year when it was used as a prop in a very creative ensemble at our annual Halloween costume party.  Poor Ken and all his glory was left behind at the end of the night in many different bits and pieces.  And somehow or another, from that point on, his head and a few of his other body parts have became fun little additions to attach to an array of different hostess gifts (thanks to the funny and very clever mind of my friend Michele who should seriously be a regular on SNL).  Yes, Ken's suave-lookin' mug has made its way around our neighborhood faster than a whore makes her way through a fraternity house.

 

The necklace is currently in my possession since I somehow ended up bringing Ken home with me one night this summer after celebrating a friend's birthday.  And I'm sorry to say that the decapitated hunk has been sitting in one of my kitchen drawers ever since.  Clearly, it is high time to re-gift the Californian stud.  So look out, Labor Day BBQ party friends, he might just be coming for you....

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Comment by Stacey Biemiller Maisch on September 1, 2011 at 4:40pm
I love rotating "gifts" among friends.  Is he a hidden take-home that you don't discover until later?  Or is he something you proudly present with a gift?  Either way, it's a great idea!

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