Image by 20081231-doll.jpg You can hear the controversial phrase just at the end. While you wait, be mesmerized by the creepiness.
There's a fuss just down the road in Beaufort about the "Little Mommy Real Loving Baby Cuddle & Coo Doll" and whether or not it mumbles "Islam is the Light."
The story is nothing new and has been floating around since at least early October.
But I really do think folks are just stitching it together in their heads (for years I thought the refrain to Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" included the phrase "bloody nylon").
I like reviewer iamdragonrider's take she, from a post at Amazon:
Truly, all I heard was baby babbling sounds until I read it was saying something else.
I believe Mattel. I didn't hear it until i was told what I was hearing. Besides, if she's really giving us a subliminal message, she's blowing spit bubbles while saying it so I think she's not being serious at all. :P
Finally, dear parents: Why on earthy would you buy your kid this creepy cyborg baby in the first place? It's just disturbing. -- Let's hope the robot's converted to Islam, or else it might kill us all in our sleep.