Before Christmas a very good friend of mine emailed me and asked me if I’d be interested in reviewing a Dammit Doll.  Intrigued by the name of said doll, of course I said yes – I mean c’mon, wouldn’t you? 

Unfortunately our crappy mail carrier inadvertently delivered my package to the neighbor, who in turn didn’t discover the faux pas until after New Year – but better late than never, because this elicited giggles and laughter not only from me, but from the hubby and Princess Nagger, too – it’s so ugly it’s cute:

I love that it specifies it’s safe for Ages 3 & Up, but intended for Ages 18 & Up. The latter recommendation because of the verbiage sewn right on the front of the doll:

Whenever things don’t go so well,
And you want to hit the wall and yell,
Here’s a little Dammit Doll
That you can’t do without.
Just grasp it firmly by the legs
And find a place to slam it.
And as you whack the stuffing out
Yell “Dammit! Dammit! Dammit!”


Isn’t that clever?  Of course the hubby started brainstorming all these different scenarios on how the Dammit Doll could be effective, and he was going to recruit his mutual musician friend to create a funny (read: crazy) video of all the different scenarios the Dammit Doll would be perfect for.

But alas, I didn’t want to wait for them to coordinate their schedules to make this big video production (and besides, my hubby definitely thinks outside the box – I mean way way outside the box – so some of his ideas were ‘out there’.  Don’t worry, I won’t deprive you of his twisted mind – the video will just come at a later time.  Stay tuned.

Here’s the official info on the Dammit Doll:

The holiday season – with all its expected joy, endless expressions of good will and the pressure to party hearty — also has a well-documented propensity for sending stress levels soaring.  Now there’s a fun, new, therapeutic solution: the Dammit Doll.  With holiday stress ratcheting up emotions to eye-popping proportions, the Dammit Doll may well be the most economical investment one could make this year.

At only $14.99 each, Dammit Dolls are an ideal and affordable way to cope with holiday annoyances, turn exasperation into exhilaration, and at minimum help relieve seasonal stress in a manner not likely to end in a lawsuit, a jail cell or even a time-out.  The charming 12-inch-tall Dammit Doll is simple in design, colorful, and so sturdily sewn that it stands up to an onslaught of slams on tables, desks, floors and walls.

You can find Dammit Dolls on Facebook, you can even find them on Twitter, and feel free to stalk them on Pinterest.

The holidays may be over, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t upcoming events that might warrant needing some sort of stress reliever.  Forget about the stress balls – how about whacking a Dammit Doll instead?

How would you like to have your very own stress-reliever Dammit Doll?

Buy It:

Check here to see where to shop for Dammit Dolls

Win It:

One very lucky Stacy Uncorked reader will win their very own Dammit Doll.


Required Entry:

(must be completed before any extra entries are valid) Leave a comment and tell me what stresses you out.

If your email address is not visible in your profile, you must include it in your comments (or send it to me in an email if you don’t want to publicly display it).

Extra entry options: (for those of you who are extra stressed, these are optional – increase your chance to win!)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

You have until Midnight EST on January 20, 2013 to enter. 1 lucky winner will be randomly selected. I will email the winner who will have 48 hours to respond to the notification email or a new winner will be chosen. Open to U.S. residents. Good luck!




Note: I received my own Dammit Doll to facilitate this review, by way of my good friend Anne of Small Town Mommy and compliments of  No monetary compensation was received implied or otherwise – and as always, all opinions are my own and not influenced by outside sources.  See my disclosure policy here.


  1. There isn’t much that doesn’t eventually stress me out, so being alone with my thought for too long sums it up, as does how fast it seems my kids are growing!
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  2. I hate it! really, I hate the idea that you can beat a person shaped thing when you feel angry? It seems to bring the idea that hitting and swearing are a good thing?
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