Parents split on a $19 pack of highly detailed farm animals

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‘I wouldn’t give these to my kid’: Parents split over $19 pack of Kmart farm animal toys with VERY detailed anatomy

  • Parents are split over $19 pack of farm animals from Kmart
  • Some of the farm animals in the pack have accurately represented the anatomy
  • Some parents labeled the details as inappropriate, others said they were great

Parents are split over a $19 pack of farm animals, with some suggesting the figurines have “offensively” precise anatomical features.

The animals of concern in the Kmart farm adventure set are the sow and the bull, which appear to have detailed genitalia — sparking debate in many online parenting groups.

“I wouldn’t give these to my child, they are too detailed,” said one woman after seeing the toys.

Parents split over $19 pack of farm animals – some suggest the figurines have ‘offensively’ accurate anatomical features

The photos were posted to a popular Facebook page, sparking a discussion about the detailed toy and divided opinion.

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“I got a little more than I expected when I bought my toddler this $19 bag of farm animals,” the woman wrote.

“I have to say the details of it are impressive,” she wrote, posting the close-up photos to the page.

Before you add a comment to complain about the bull penis.

“I think it’s a bit much,” she said.

Another mother agreed, calling them completely inappropriate.

‘Yes, some parts can be seen, but you can’t turn around and turn around real animals, you can’t avoid it with these toys. It’s inappropriate in my opinion.’

But others didn’t see the problem with the toys, adding that animals have genitals, so they should be on toys.

‘I’m surprised how many people are annoyed by this. My daughter can tell the difference between a bull and a heifer since she could talk,” said one woman.

“I wouldn’t give these to my child, they are too detailed,” said one woman after seeing the toys.

The sow and bull were the two 'offensive' toys in the collection, according to angry parents

The sow and bull were the two ‘offensive’ toys in the collection, according to angry parents

“That’s how they should be, the alternate reality universe for kids has been pretty ridiculous,” said another.

“Obviously some people have never visited a farm or taught their kids proper terminology for body parts,” said another.

Some said the educational value was positive in their eyes.

“They are great, my three-year-old daughter told me we milk cows by squeezing their scribbles. So maybe these things will help clear things up for her,’ laughed another mother.

‘Shouldn’t start the conversation, explaining with farm animals is a good introduction to people. Your kid probably won’t even talk about it,” said another.

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