Kristin H.

From USA Today, June 23 1999 Tamatha Brannon of suburban Atlanta said Tuesday that she has filed an obscenity complaint against Toys'R'Us because her 11-year-old son picked up an Austin Powers doll that asked, "Do I make you horny, baby, do I?" Exposure to the doll forced a vocabulary word on her son "that he otherwise would never have known to ask," Brannon says. McFarlane Toys, maker of the doll, says the shipping of a version of its Austin Powers toy intended for specialty stores, not mass-market retailers such as Toys'R'Us, was "an isolated event of human error." The version that Toys R Us carries instead asks, "Would you fancy a shag?" Shag is British slang for sexual relations. This really isn't that unusual of a story, except the part where they say what the Toys'R'Us model says. Is there really that much of a difference?!

funniness: 4.98

rating: PG