A set of talking dolls aimed at children have caused controversy because of their seemingly potty mouths.

The You & Me Interactive Play and Giggle Triplet Dolls giggle and burp like real babies but parents are concerned because they also appear to say the ‘F’ word and the unsavoury greeting ‘Hey crazy b****’.
The pajama-clad dolls, which are recommended for children aged three and up, are sold by Toys R Us in Canada and the US as well as a number of online retailers like Amazon.
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Concerned parents have complained to Toys R Us over the dolls' supposed foul-mouthed rants and are asking for the You & Me Interactive Play and Giggle Triplet Dolls to be pulled from shelves and destroyed.  
Toys R Us has defended the You & Me Interactive Play and Giggle Triplet Dolls, claiming that what families are hearing is only “baby babble” and not any real words.
As a result the toy company currently has no plans to remove the controversial $39.99 toys from store shelves but has said it will allow customers who find the dolls offensive to return it to stores along with a valid receipt. 

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