​Cursing Baby Doll Stirs Controversy With Parents

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November 26, 2013

Cursing Baby Doll – What if you bought a baby doll for your child only to find out it was cursing at your daughter? That’s why many parents are upset and believe that the product should not be sold in Toys R Us stores. How bad is it? Well, they utter some crazy sentences with street talk.

The “You & Me Interactive Triplets,” which are being sold at Toys R Us stores in Orlando, are causing the uproar because one of the dolls can be heard saying what appears to be the phrase, “Hey, crazy bitch.”

“Oh, absolutely. She’s calling them a crazy bitch,” Kathy Wetter said.

The dolls are recommended for children ages 2 and older, and there is no warning of explicit language on the packaging.

Toys R Us said it has received a number of complaints about the cursing baby doll but added that the product is just making baby talk.

A mother told Local 6 News in Orlando that she’s worried her son might say the bad word.

“I don’t want him repeating what’s on there,” she said.

Toys R Us said it has no plans to take the doll off its shelves, but told Local 6 News that it would allow customers to return the toy with a reciept, if they find it offensive.

“I think they should be burned, and I would like to write the (toy maker) a letter,” another woman said about the cursing baby doll.