The designers of these toys, possibly got carried away by their strange emotion. We don’t think you would like your child to play with these toys.
Why would someone give his innocent child a pregnant doll? It’s a ugly looking naked doll with a child hanging out attached with an umbilical cord to the doll’s vagina. Although, some people are of the opinion that the doll was used as an educational tool in the Japanese Edo era. The Edo era ended before the beginning 20th century, who knows whether they educated their children with it or gave them the doll to play with it.
I am yet to see a child who doesn’t love his pet cat. Rather a child, who would be interested in seeing his cat’s gut out. That is gross. There is this plastic, rubber cat with a tire mark on her stomach and her intestine with blood is hanging out of her body. How can a child play with it? Do the toy makers expect this disturbing thing to excite the child or what?
Pee and Poo
God knows what Emma Megitt was thinking when creating the Pee and Poo brand. She finished her masters in graphic design to create crap like this. Astonishingly this Swedish brand found in 2004, has found acceptance. I don’t think that I would hand over my child a pee and a poo, just to see the child hugging and kissing these buddies.
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This as the name suggests is a robot with a cross in his hand and is strangely named God Jesus. What a mockery of the lord! The toy appeared in the Japanese market in the 80’s. The robotic Jesus would answer all your questions by nodding its head, similar to the magic 8-ball style. What would have you asked the lord?
Shape Shifter Punisher
Perhaps, the most awkward toy in the list. Couldn’t the ‘punisher’, punish from anywhere else in the body? The guy has a rocket coming out of the pelvic region. How would you explain that to you kid? You can definitely present this figure to a person, whom you want to show your middle finger.
Is there any in the list, which you would prefer to present your child? Being stupid and awkward, these toys would better in museums than stores.