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17 Unintentionally Disturbing Baby Products That Really Exist

"No, it's not a penis, it's just a...thing."

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1. This potty with an iPad holder.

2. This baby doll that's having a baby.

3. This T-shirt.

4. "Pedo" nappies.

5. The baby mop.

From the blurb: "These baby mops are super soft and comfortable. The mop is made using ultra absorbent materials and engineered to clean and shine your floor."

6. Whatever this is supposed to be.

7. This.

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8. This well-endowed horse.

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9. This inflatable...thing.

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10. The Crib Dribbler.

Sadly, this is just a box and not a real baby product as we originally said. It's designed to buy for people as a prank.

11. This baby pimp costume.

Just a reminder that the dictionary definition of pimp is: "A man who controls prostitutes and arranges clients for them, taking a percentage of their earnings in return."
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Just a reminder that the dictionary definition of pimp is: "A man who controls prostitutes and arranges clients for them, taking a percentage of their earnings in return."

12. Baby Bangs: "For the girl who has everything, except hair!"

13. These high-heel shoes designed for babies aged 0–6 months.

There are baby cowboy boots too.
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There are baby cowboy boots too.

14. See also: the baby bikini, available from ages seven months and up.

15. This Dikkie Dik cuddly toy, based on a popular Dutch kids' book series.

Dikkie Dik basically means "fat Dik" in Dutch.
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Dikkie Dik basically means "fat Dik" in Dutch.

16. This CD of fun songs with a chilling message.

17. This lovely shirt, spotted in Okinawa, Japan.