When you buy a learning toy for your toddler you assume it is a safe purchase. Well, you know what they say about assuming right? There is one mom who lashed out all over TikTok because her baby’s toy started telling inappropriate and even violent jokes and she could not even believe her ears.

I don’t know about you, but I know I don’t want to mess with anyone who has the handle @mommabearash. Mom Ashley Lynn was not too happy when her toddler got an "R" rated toy remote control for Christmas that was marketed as a learning toy. 

Momma Bear Ashley did an online example for us. The first video was of her pressing a button on the toy and it said, “How many Catholic priests are required to screw a lightbulb into its socket? Two - one to do the screwing and one to hear the confession.”

She pressed another button and this joke played, “You’ll never guess what makes a clip-clop, clip-clip, bang bang, clip-clop, clip-clop noise. An Amish drive-by shooting.”

This toy was advertised as a smart learning tool and featured light-up buttons and voices that are supposed to teach the ABCs, sing songs, and more.  It's the more part Ashley understandably had a big problem with. 

There was another major for the kids on that toy. It claimed Santa and the Easter Bunny aren’t real. Momma Bear called the company to report what happened and they took action right away, they pulled the toy from the shelves and are launching an investigation.

Have you ever had an upsetting experience with a toy that you bought for your kids or owned yourself as a kid? I have a very vivid memory of burning myself on the lightbulb of my Easy Bake Oven when I like six. I still remember that shocking moment. 

Photo credit: Amazon
Photo credit: Amazon

You can read more about the toy from the New York Post here.

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