An Unsuspecting Mom Bought Toys For Her Toddler That Look X-Rated

emily.mcwilliams
7 May 2019

Parenting is already hard enough. That last thing any parent needs are toys that come in packages where you don't even understand what the toy is or what it looks like.

Thanks to the unboxing craze, this is becoming more common. One mom got the surprise of a lifetime when the toys she bought her toddler turned out to look like a different kind of toy... an adult toy, that is.

Orb Odditeez Fuzion Foodz Mystery Toy might be the weirdest toy on the market right now.

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Clearly, this company is trying to cash in on the "unboxing" craze.

The toys are shaped like bananas and the idea is that kids unpeel them to reveal a squishy toy inside.

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Some of the toys resemble corn or food, and some of them look pretty suggestive of the male anatomy.

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It's supposed to be a finger, but I definitely did a double-take. Parents have complained about this toy's inappropriate design and it has even been pulled from some store shelves.

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Unfortunately, one unlucky mom didn't get the memo.

Facebook | Tamra Lerum

Tamra Lerum took to Facebook to share her hilarious, but slightly horrifying, experience with these toys. According to her Facebook post, Tamara's toddler picked them up in Walgreen's and she bought them since they were so cheap.

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All was going well, until her son unwrapped them.

Facebook | Tamra Lerum

"Looks like a giant dildo my 3 year old is waving around... He pulled it out of his coat pocket when we picked up his older brother today at pre-school!" she said in a Facebook post.

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Oh, and did we mention that the pre-school is located inside a church?

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How could this get any worse? It's basically every parent's worst nightmare. It doesn't help that literally every design of this toy looks like a sex toy.

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Here's the most problematic one.

Facebook | Tamra Lerum

It's supposed to be a giant finger. What? Excuse me? Who thought this would be a good idea for a kid's toy? I am speechless.

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Since sharing her story on Facebook, Tamara's post has gone viral with nearly 59,000 shares and over 100,000 reactions.

Facebook | Tamra Lerum

Many parents got a kick out of this story. I mean, it did say "surprise" on the package. I just don't think anyone could have predicted this.

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OMG, imagine if some poor parent put these in birthday party loot bags?

Facebook | Tamra Lerum

Part of the reason Tamara shared her story was to prevent this exact situation. Hopefully, people will now know what's really in those bananas.

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Even though this story is horrible, you almost can't help but laugh.

Facebook | Tamra Lerum

These all look like they should be X-rated. Can't we just go back to the good old days when toys came in packaging where you could clearly see the product? It made parenting so much easier.

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