How troll! Wordless Wednesday by Robin | Jun 18, 2008 | Photos, Wordless Wednesday | 32 comments My son found this little troll somewhere, and she totally amused me. From her Al Sharpton hair, to cinder-tipped nose, I HAD to take her picture. Wordless Wednesdays HQMore WW with 5 Minutes for Mom Facebook Pinterest Twitter Print Friendly 32 Comments Janice (5 Minutes for Mom) on at love it too! i love the angle of the shot and the shallow depth of field. 🙂 Joy T. on at Wow. I’ve had hair like that in my time. But I didn’t look nearly as cute. Tiff@Three Peas on at Trolls. . they bring back memories don’t they? Great angle! Dawn @ My Home Sweet Home on at You know, I’ve always adored trolls – too stinkin’ cute. I love the camera angle. Jean at Penny Lane on at Cute. It is always good to have pink hair! It is good to be so original. I have never seen one with the eyes looking up like that. YellowRose on at Trolls, they were very the thing when I was a kid. I had quite a few to be honest…loved them! There’s just something about that hair, those cute noses and short little bodies that make you love them. Nothing like the trolls of fairy tales! 😉 Maisie on at Are trolls back in? I don’t think that my kids ever knew about them. Mariposa on at How troll indeed! Happy WW! Gattina on at That’s a cute little Troll ! Fernweh on at Go trolls! Although they were never big in Germany growing up. Newlyweds Guide Francesca on at Great photo! I remember these guys. One of my cousins collected hundreds of them. They’re funny looking little creatures that make for great photos. Dzoi on at cute shot! I missed my very first troll. 🙂 Clicky on at Don’t you just love that pink hair! 🙂 Happy Wednesday! June on at Now that you mention it…you’re right! Happy WW. Sarah on at You are so hilarious. That’s a great shot. I know we are going to have fun this weekend. See you on Friday! Two days! oh man. I have to get packed today. I am staying there for two weeks following the conference and I haven’t even started packing. I have to start driving in the AM, get the kids ready to go and get the dog to my in-laws. I will be soooo ready to kickback and enjoy the conference. Hope they don’t make me think too hard. Haha. See you there. One Mom on at I remember those little trolls! There’s something so appealing about them! Congrats on your photos…I’ll be visiting the site. Shelia on at How cute and retro! Happy WW! marmite and tea on at Love it, brings back so many memories. I used to collect them, why? I don’t know because hey sure are ugly! Kelly @ Pass the Torch on at Great pic! Not sure if he’s cute, or so ugly you have to smile. My WW is the loons I posted on Sunday: http://2passthetorch.com/2008/06/15/wisconsin-loons-happy-fathers-day/ Kelly @ Pass the Torch on at Let’s try that again: Wisconsin Loons shannon on at I haven’t seen a troll in years! Alexis on at Wow! I haven’t seen a troll in forever. Happy ww! ellen b on at Wonderful photograph of that troll… Rachel S on at Wow! That’s a flashback! misc*etc on at Cute – love it – looks kinda like me some days! happy ww! Dianne - Bunny Trails on at I LOVE it! I have so many troll memories. I have one of the original trolls from way back when. It might even have been my mom’s – I’m not sure. But I had it for years. I just love your angle and composition! Fun stuff, Robin! 😀 JMom on at Al looks pretty in pink 🙂 happy WW! Deanna on at Oh, I used to have those! My mom must’ve had something against ‘cute’ toys. I had trolls and an Olive Oyl doll. She thought Barbie was to ‘busty’ for little girls to play with. Lynn on at Teehee! Trolls tend to freak me out a bit, but this one is sort of cute. Nice angle on the photo really adds to the “interestingness” too. Thanks for sharing! -Lynn Dave on at I think you mean Don King, on the hair, correct? It’s a guy thing! elena jane on at omg, a pink troll….how totally cool is that (for me, fond of pinkthings of course)…. retro jordan 13 on at Thank you for your opiniones and words, dear brothers! David: yes, in our Spanish speaking world ABBA BIBLES is the only one that rebinds Bibles with high quality leathers and methods. I asked them to upgrade their website, because there will be a lot of people interested in their services. And for Spanish, well, it’s the language of Heaven! Isn’t it? Esteban & Abraham: yes, the RVR60 is the most used and trusted Bible in our Spanish speaking churches. The RVR95 is just the last revision of that one, and only affects some words and the order of poetry, but not the Reina-Valera principles. I also have another Bibles versions rebounded by Abba Bibles, and like Mark said, today just is the beggining of the posts about them. Be patient!