Top 10 Toys You Should Keep Away From Kids (Part 2)

After seeing all of the crazy fails in part one of the 10 toys you should never give your kids, I bet you are ready for part two! We have the remaining top five toys with the worst design flaws, accidental implications, and terrifying side effects just below!

Number Five: Poo-Dough. What’s better to give your kids to play with than a little fake poop? Poo-Dough is a Play-Doh product that includes a patty of brown molding dough, a little yellow dough for added effect, and a poop-shaped mold complete with little compartments to make corn pieces. Yeah, it all seems kind of wrong in retrospect, but kids love feces. When it was released, it instantly became a best seller.

Number Four: Aquapet. The designers of the Aquapet didn’t quite think through its design. The toy seems alright to an innocent mind: it’s just an iconic kid’s character floating in a tube, no biggie. However when parents saw it, they were outraged at its resemblance to a certain male body part.

Number Three: The Breast Milk Baby. This special baby doll encourages young girls to embrace their motherly nature and… breastfeed? The doll, just released a few years ago, comes with two flower-shaped pasties made to be attached to a shirt. When the baby’s mouth comes near the pasties, the doll even makes sucking noises. Needless to say, mothers were outraged this product appeared in stores.

Number Two: Kaba Kick. What kid doesn’t want to have a blast playing Russian Roulette, right? Uh, sure. The Kaba Kick presents a never-before-seen take on Russian Roulette- the kiddie version. This plastic toy gun can be loaded, cocked, and releases light hippo kicks instead of a deadly bullet.

Number One: Police Electric Baton Shock. Apparently, anything can become a toy for kids these days. With an extensive array of toy weapons available for kids, one company decided it might be a good idea to develop a police Taser for kids to play with. Parents had reservations about the toy but were angered further upon discovering the toy produces real electric shocks. Nice try, toy makers.