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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 10-26-2006, 01:09 PM Thread Starter
 
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Ok, apparently this UK toy company has absolutely no morals

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/liv...n_page_id=1770
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roflmao!

What kind of parent would buy that for their 11yr old?



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That is classic!!!


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"This will be sold to four, five and six-year olds."

"Tesco today agreed to remove the product from the Toy section of the site, but said it will remain on sale as a Fitness Accessory, despite the fact that the product description invites users to "unleash the sex kitten inside".




I won't even buy Bratz dolls for my almost 4 year old.


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Reminds me of the Harry Potter "flying broom" toy that vibrated. Parents couldn't understand why their daughters were so keen on them and why they'd play with them in their room all day!




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Thats awesome...and so is this

"And BHS and others came under fire for selling padded bras embellished with a "Little Miss Naughty" logo and t-shirts with a Playboy-style bunny that said "I love boys...They are stupid.""
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That's hot.

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so THIS is why 5th graders are having sex these days!

damn, i wish girls my age were sluts back then...
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He added: "Children are being encouraged to dance round a pole which is interpreted in the adult world as a phallic symbol".

Strip clubs are going to be much more entertaining now that I know this.

BTW any one see the Bud Light commercials with the pole in the guys apartment. He tells the girl its not what she thinks its for. She asks "What do you mean" as she opens her beer and gets clobbered by the guy sliding down the pole saying "Did someone open a Bud Light?".

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Reminds me of the Chris Rock stand up bit you always here about his only goal in life is to keep his daughter off the pole!
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