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Battle Droid
02-13-2008, 02:24 PM
http://www.ad-hoc-news.de/CorporateNews/en/15466000/Hasbro+Unveils+Innovative+New+Toys,+Games+and+Ente rtainment

BABY ALIVE LEARNS TO POTTY

Little girls will love to play 'mommy' to their BABY ALIVE doll as she 'learns' how to use the 'potty,' an important rite of passage for toddlers. Further expanding the nurturing play of the beloved brand, BABY ALIVE LEARNS TO POTTY is the doll that 'eats,' 'drinks' and goes 'potty' like a real baby. Girls simply 'feed' the BABY ALIVE LEARNS TO POTTY doll her special 'food,' give her a 'bottle,' and then she will let her 'mommy' know she needs to 'pee' or 'poop.' Girls then take their BABY ALIVE LEARNS TO POTTY doll to her special 'potty' - but be careful, just like real life sometimes she can hold it until she gets to the 'potty' and sometimes she can't! Similar to a real baby, BABY ALIVE LEARNS TO POTTY really 'learns' to use her 'potty'- the more girls nurture and care for their baby, the better she gets at 'holding it.' (Ages 3 years & up; Approximate Retail Price: $59.99; Available: Fall 2008)

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Kidhuman
02-13-2008, 02:27 PM
Sounds interesting.

General_Grievous
02-13-2008, 02:34 PM
What will the fake poo be made of, and will it stink?

stillakid
02-13-2008, 02:34 PM
TOY CAR NEEDS A' FIXIN'

And we haven't forgotten about Jr. Little boys will love to play automobile mechanic as their toy car BREAKS DOWN just like a REAL CAR! Further expanding the take charge play of the beloved brand, TOY CAR is the vehicle that "drives, chews through gas, costs a lot of money in payments, and breaks down" like real cars do. Boys simply drive TOY CAR, fill it with $3 a gallon gas, make the monthly payments, and watch as TOY CAR breaks down. Boys then take their TOY CAR to the GARAGE (sold separately) where Jr. will learn how just how difficult and time consuming it is to fix what ails TOY CAR. Jr. will have hours of fun crawling underneath TOY CAR, trying to find the parts he needs, getting greasy (ALWAYS fun!), and learning to curse like a sailor. Sometimes the car works, sometimes it doesn't! Similar to a real car, TOY CAR really breaks down the more it gets driven -- the more he drives it, the more it breaks down. (Ages 3 years & up; Approximate Retail Price: $59.99; Available: Fall 2008)

El Chuxter
02-13-2008, 02:41 PM
I got one of these for my daughter. As a joke, I fed it some poop. It carped all over the floor, and stained the carpet. I got a spanking.

Jedi_Kal-El
02-13-2008, 03:18 PM
I got one of these for my daughter. As a joke, I fed it some poop. It carped all over the floor, and stained the carpet. I got a spanking.

You gotta watch what you're feeding those plastic babies Chux. Might not agree with them.

Dar' Argol
02-13-2008, 06:16 PM
Is it just me or is this like "training" for those teenage mothers??? I mean really . . "pees and poops"??? Why can't you let kids be kids without reality crashing down on their pretend houses. Its like handing them this doll and saying "Practice now so that when you are 14 you can take care of your own baby"

2-1B
02-13-2008, 07:01 PM
Next they are making a doll of a 13 year old boy that has nocturnal emissions that you have to clean up.

JetsAndHeels
02-13-2008, 07:11 PM
Next they are making a doll of a 13 year old boy that has nocturnal emissions that you have to clean up.

Michael jackson already bought the rights to keep the prototype

2-1B
02-13-2008, 07:17 PM
Michael jackson already bought the rights to keep the prototype

He's going to market it with the Parent Alarm.

:macauley culkin:

Jedi_Kal-El
02-13-2008, 07:18 PM
Next they are making a doll of a 13 year old boy that has nocturnal emissions that you have to clean up.

Does it wake up in a cold sweat too?


Michael jackson already bought the rights to keep the prototype

Not surprising. I heard he wanted to package each one with a mini bottle of Jesus Juice.

Devil King
02-13-2008, 07:20 PM
My niece got a Barbie for xmas that comes with a dog that poops little magnetic beads, and then you feed the beads to the dog again and it, again, poops them out.

2-1B
02-13-2008, 07:51 PM
My niece got a Barbie for xmas that comes with a dog that poops little magnetic beads, and then you feed the beads to the dog again and it, again, poops them out.

Cool, that way kids can learn about coprophagy at a young age. :thumbsup:

:fecalpheliac:

Rocketboy
02-13-2008, 08:03 PM
I got one of these for my daughter. As a joke, I fed it some poop. It carped all over the floor, and stained the carpet. I got a spanking."It" as in the doll or your kid?

Devil King
02-13-2008, 09:29 PM
Cool, that way kids can learn about coprophagy at a young age. :thumbsup:

:fecalpheliac:

On the flip side, my nephew once had to go to the hospital because he wouldn't poop. He was horrified that something like that could/would come out of himself.

Once he figured out it was the inevitable end result (no pun intended) of eating, he stopped eating. A kid that is very much genetically related to me.

Slicker
02-13-2008, 10:05 PM
This baby has the right idea. I've gotta poop right now. Gotsta find a book though!!!

El Chuxter
02-13-2008, 10:07 PM
"It" as in the doll or your kid?
A baby is not an IT!!!! :mad:

Until it eats the head off your Padme.

Devil King
02-13-2008, 10:13 PM
This baby has the right idea. I've gotta poop right now. Gotsta find a book though!!!

I've gotten so desperate that I've read a Lillian Vernon catalouge.(She is one rich beeotch. I've met her before, and she has a serious lack of personality) By the time I was done, I had numb legs and a desire to buy a James Dean oven mitt(romney)



A baby is not an IT!!!! :mad:

Until it eats the head off your Padme.

So babies and puppies are roughly the same commitment?

Slicker
02-14-2008, 02:38 AM
I've gotten so desperate that I've read a Lillian Vernon catalouge.(She is one rich beeotch. I've met her before, and she has a serious lack of personality) By the time I was done, I had numb legs and a desire to buy a James Dean oven mitt(romney)I've had my legs go numb many a time but not with a book like that.



So babies and puppies are roughly the same commitment?If it eats the head of your Padme then it deserves a kick.:mad:

El Chuxter
08-19-2008, 11:10 AM
Since it looks like no one said it yet:

"Awesome. I don't see why every home doesn't have one. :beard:"

Jargo
08-19-2008, 05:14 PM
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awesome. every home should have one.





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