One mother was shocked to hear a “joke” on her baby’s toy remote control. Now TikTokers are demanding that toys be pulled off the shelf.
Mom Ashley Lynn (@mommabearash) got over 13 million views, 1.7 million likes, and 46,000 comments when she uploaded an inappropriate toy recording to her account.
Now, Ashley is urging parents around the world to reconsider their children’s toys, much like the undertaker mother who shocked TikTok by revealing toys she’d never let her kids play with.
As Ashley explains in the viral video, the 9-month-old was gifted a Lindsay toy remote control by her great-grandmother that she bought from Walmart.
Although recommended for ages 3 and up, the box has a baby picture on it, giving the impression that it would be a suitable gift for Ashley’s grandmother. I couldn’t play with the remote control before.
However, the gift is clearly not suitable for children of all ages, judging by the “jokes” stored in the toy remote control.
“Let me show you a joke that actually pissed me off,” Ashley said in a follow-up video. [with it] with my brother. ”
Ashley repeats jokes until she finds the correct one. Can you guess who can hold it? Of course it’s drunk. Because the other he three does not exist. ”
This is just one of many jokes that angered Ashley and millions of other TikTokers.
“That’s horrible,” commented one user.
“This is not funny at all,” wrote another user.
“So how does this actually happen?” asked one user.
“Anyone who did programming knew that they quit very quickly and there was no quality control,” speculated one user.
In an update, Ashley told her followers that she had emailed Lindsay about the toy and requested that she do something about it.
“They reached out to me in a very timely manner and responded that they had launched an investigation and that they would stop selling the toys,” Ashley explained.
After reading the email, Ashley checked online and found that the toy was no longer available at Walmart, Lowe’s, Macy’s, Office Depot and Military Exchange websites.
TikTokers praised Ashley for her effort and pulling the toy.
“I actually got this for my niece and I’m glad I saw this before giving her a present so now I can buy something else.
“Thank you for emailing me,” another user commented.
“Thanks for speaking up!!! Glad I stopped,” wrote one user.
Ashley’s video proves that it’s always a good idea to double-check your child’s toys, even when they claim they’re age-appropriate.
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