LOOK: This Filipino Creative Made A Jollibee Doll In Drag From Scratch

If anyone says they hate Jolly Spaghetti, that's blasphemy.

Jollibee in a latex outfit? Who does she think she is? Step on us, queen bee.

Even decades after the fast food chain opened, Jollibee remains heavily imprinted in Filipino culture with almost all kids growing up with the beloved mascot and that’s a fact (Sorry, Ronald). Nope, their burgers aren’t made out of earthworms like what the urban legend suggests, but what’s more unforgettable was their appearance on a Marvel Comic in 2012 and a shoutout from rapper Childish Gambino on his song, Bonfire.

Who would’ve thought that our national bee could look this good in drag makeup and an 80s-inspired killer outfit? Thanks to doll maker HeXtian (who’s apparently a Filipino based in the US), our jolly dreams just came true. Petition to make limited edition Kiddie Meals like these, please! Upon digging deeper, the video premiered on YouTube back in 2019 and has 1 million views, but his Facebook page is a different story as the Jollibee doll-making process video has *gasps* 2.1 million and counting. Beat that, Hetty Spaghetti.

Aside from fast-food renditions, we’ve also included our favorite HeXtian videos from reality star Kim Kardashian at the MET Gala to a grown up version of Cynthia, Rugrats antagonist Angelica Pickles’ doll.

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JESSICA RABBIT

She’s not bad, she’s just drawn that way. We do love this take on the sultry singer and femme fatale.

THIS HUMAN VERSION OF SCAR

No matter how painfully beautiful he looks like as a human, we still can’t forgive him for giving us childhood PTSD for Mufasa’s death.

KIM K AT THE MET GALA 2019

We’re still not over the Thierry Mugler wet look that Kim wore in 2019. Imagine bringing a legendary couturier out of retirement to especially create your dress. Just Kardashian things.

CYNTHIA DOLL

Using a heated chopstick to fix up her hair? Angelica Pickles would be proud.

HIM FROM THE POWERPUFF GIRLS

This 2D character remains one of the most memorable yet unproblematic at the same time (aside from the constant mind games and psychological torture). “To me, he was such a gay icon.” Honestly, same.

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