1:09 PM Posted by CalgaryDaddy
While this seems silly now, I am amazed that such a simple lack of product engineering could cause such a potential danger. Did the toy companies not think of these things back in 1982? It seems really odd to me that they would allow such a simple solution to go uncorrected? Who was the genius that realized that making the toys bigger would solve this problem?
While this was a Health Canada warning, I assume that the same situation applies in the USA. ( Small is small, regardless of the Metric system measurements.) It really is a wonder that anyone born before 1991 survived.... lol.
From the expressions on these two characters, you can assume that they are not pleased with the discard notice and are probably hiding in Grandma's basement as we speak. If you find them, please discard immediately!