Most Dangerous Toys Ever Sold To The Public

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By Grunge

There's a reason they don't make really tiny toys any longer, and it isn't because they ran out of tiny tools: kids put stuff in their mouths, noses, and ears when they shouldn't, and people get hurt. Because of this, many toys that were once considered absolutely fine for the market have been recalled over the years, while others had shoppers muttering "what were they thinking" as soon as they hit the store shelves.

Most Dangerous Toys Ever Sold To The Public

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