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Offered with limited comment, here’s a woman in England who claims that a doggie doll she bought for her baby daughter drops F-bombs while singing. It’s one of those dolls where you can download songs to play through it, and, well, listen and judge for yourself:

I think it sounds like “bark with me,” which, in context, makes a lot more sense than what SHE thinks it’s saying. But I don’t know what passes for children’s entertainment these days. Although I do enjoy the occasional episode of “Phineas and Ferb.” Oh, that Perry the Platypus.

Source: The Sun

Comments

  1. Mansuy says:

    Why is she out of breath at the end of every sentence?????????

  2. rich says:

    *DAMN IT!*
    I just made a snarky comment about this woman’s intelligence and I started it off by misspelling “well”! I can’t even blame auto-correct!

    I AM DISQUALIFIED!

  3. rich says:

    Will if her daughter is a chip off the ‘ol (dim) block, I think she’s probably immune from picking up on anything (bad language included from a stuffed animal) well past the age of 2 or 3. I’d estimate closer to 15 or 16.

  4. Michael says:

    Maybe this is just some viral marketing campaign to sell plush dolls to furries!

  5. Abbey says:

    They heard what they wanted to hear. While I would have had a laugh since it kind of sounds like it’s saying f**k, I feel the “bah” in “bark” is pretty evident in the end.

  6. John says:

    Is it just me or does her voice and her idiocy come across like a skit from “Little Britain?”

  7. dethmunky says:

    Wew, If dey wuzn’t tawkim’ wif such a cockney accent dey woudn’t have dis prowblem woudn’t dey?

  8. Why? says:

    When are they going to blame Banksy for this??

  9. tragic9 says:

    it definitely says bark with me because it barks immediately after saying it! this lady is a complete moron. anyone know if the company refuted this allegation or said that it says bark with me?

  10. Deltus says:

    Definitely “bark with me”. The lady is nuts.

  11. Simon says:

    That poor woman… She can barely understand the English language… The word is definitely ‘bark’.

  12. TC says:

    this is insane this is the same overreacting BS like a couple of years ago there was a baby doll that babbled incoherently and rednecks and zealots said it was praising Islam
    and she called the dog a bear
    dumb-ass

  13. Jack says:

    Love that she called it a bear, which might have something to do with her somehow not realizing that its very clearly saying “bark with me”

  14. Jesse says:

    The dog is obviously saying “bark.” Pronounce your damn “r”s English people.

  15. Lucky thing she didn’t get the Talkin’ Tommy De Vito from the Goodfellas Collection.

  16. Peaugh says:

    Are you barking kidding me?

  17. Handsome B. Wonderful says:

    Wow, even British people can’t understand British people.

  18. Nathaniel says:

    This reminds me of a Teletubbies doll from the ’90s that a friend actually brought into school that seemed to say the new f-word:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vj9oCSu9yYk

    Yeah, in this one, it’s a little more clear, or at least mysterious what the heck it’s supposed to be saying.

  19. adAnt says:

    Aw, man. I thought that bear was gonna sing “Booty Butt Cheeks” from the Boondocks or something. Those Brits and their false advertising.

  20. DSquire36 says:

    Definitely “bark with me”. Hence the barking. I guess “bark” sounds a lot like an F-bomb when a little British girl sings it.

  21. smartbunny says:

    People LOVE hearing terrible things in their talking toys. Someone heard a Miley Cyrus singing doll say something bad, someone else heard a baby doll extoll the virtues of Islam and the NAACP in LA were pissed because they thought a Hoops & Yo-Yo Graduation card said something bad about black women. I swear people are looking for this stuff. It’s their own weirdass brainjuice.