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Hannah Montana Doll Drops the F-Bomb

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What's up with all these toys that swear like sailors?


Another kids' toy is being accused of swearing like a sailor. This time it's Miley Cyrus -- well, the doll version of the Hannah Montana star. According to "concerned mother" Brandy Westberry, after her 3-year-old received the doll as an early Christmas present, her little one's been walking around the house dropping F-bombs. And Westberry says it's all the doll's fault.  Instead of the doll singing a nice holiday ditty that includes the words "pumpkin pie," it belts out the lyric, "... later we'll have some f**king pie and we'll do some caroling." Hmm. Does Miley just really, really like pumpkin pie?




Watch as a momlogic staffer tests out another potty mouth toy:



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3 comments so far | Post a comment now
Anonymous December 4, 2009, 1:47 PM

Sounds like the F word to me.

Sue December 5, 2009, 4:46 AM

Lighten up. Sounded very electronically fuzzy to me. I’ve got some other singing Barbies and it has taken at least a year to figure out what the words to the song were. I think the child has heard the word elsewhere and assumed that it was what was what the doll said.

As for the momlogic video….thank you so much for the early morning LOLs!!

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