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Meagan Hyam (centre) of Nerangba with her children and their vitriolic toys (clockwise from front) Bethany, 6, Jayden, 15, Ryl...

Meagan Hyam (centre) of Nerangba with her children and their vitriolic toys (clockwise from front) Bethany, 6, Jayden, 15, Ryley, 12, and Amelia, 10. Pic: Adam Smith
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THERE are some Christmas toys that will have silent climbing a walls by new year’s – and they are all children’s favourites.

Take Furby – somebody, greatfully take Furby! Kids go violent for them and they have been commanding a wish lists given a ’90s, though for some relatives they are only freaky.

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Queensland mums are now pity their loyal feelings about those changed gratifying gifts.

Kelly Spriggs, from a North Brisbane Mums Facebook page, confesses she has bad thoughts about Furby.

“Furby, it has no on/off switch or volume button. One small pierce and it goes off,” she claims.

Elizabeth Sims also comes clean: “Furbies weird me out.”

And according to Nicole Lawson this is not a new phenomenon. “My father threw his sister’s Furby out a window since it would not tighten up.”

Spontaneous outbursts from articulate toys is a tip pet hate. Narangba silent Meagan Hyam says her daughter adores her Build-a-Bear fondle and it goes everywhere with her.

“It is a lovable bear that a child builds herself. we available amatory messages and these are placed inside a bear. All sounds good. But late during night when she moves in bed it sets a bear off and we arise adult to hear my possess voice echoing around house. That can be disturbing,” she said.

“I have 4 children from 6 to 15 so we have had some really vitriolic things arrive in a residence on Christmas Day. we can’t mount kids’ make-up and redolence that small girls love. It gets stranded everywhere. This year as they kids are comparison they are all removing unison tickets for Christmas.”

Tina Rostron can’t mount it when “Zhu Zhu pets go off incidentally in a night when we are home alone”.

Glitter, glue, paint and other qualification gifts aren’t tip favourites with many mums.

Brisbane’s Susanna Keenan finds Play-Doh a pain.

“Play-Doh – aaaargh, DOH!” she said.

Some mums take aim during Nerf guns. “It’s all fun until someone loses an eye, well, gets poked in a eye,” pronounced submissive Alex Wiseman.

Heard of a Corn Popper?

“My silent bought my son a Corn Popper – a one we pull and a balls pop. It drives me insane. I’m tighten to only promulgation it to my mum’s house,” pronounced Alysha Blair.

Musical instruments can infrequently strike a green note too. Then there are a fondle lawnmowers that go click, click, click click; battery-operated toys but batteries; and even a generational favourite, Lego, can be irritating.

Suzy Bonel has another pet peeve: “Lego, generally when we mount on them in unclothed feet.”


1. Furby

2. Nerf guns

3. Play Doh

4. Lawnmowers

5. Craft glitter

6. Make-up

7. Battery toys

8. Toys sealed down to boxes



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