Definitely not for internal use. Probably not to be used as a household cleanser or small god. Arguably not fit for conversation, or any sort of medical application.
Also not to be inserted into the front door of a birdhouse, no matter how “welcome” it might be–although that’s really more raw absurdity rather than any sort of “purpose,” decorative or otherwise.
Surprise! It’s a sparkly Indian woman with no arms! She’s ideally suited for decorative purposes. Two of them add that special element of “tra la” to weddings and funerals. Put one of them in your cubical when you take an unexpected day off, see if anybody notices. Maybe they will. Maybe they won’t. Maybe they won’t, and you’ll get a small raise. These things happen.
The jury is out on this particular doll, gentle reader. Decorative though she may be, she seems strangely minimal-effort. I would never, personally, use a running stitch for eye shadow, it just seems lazy. Frankly, so to does mounting a bindu to the forehead with a metal spike. I don’t think they do that in India. Not even for decorative purposes.
Goodwill on Brodie in South Austin