My mom gave my son a new toy the other day. It’s pretty cute, an inflatable remote control dump truck. He loves it, especially since he can use it in the house and not worry much about bumping into walls.
But one part of it comes with a warning to not let children use it. Care to guess which part?
That’s the truck, remote and foot pump. He’s bumped it into walls enough already that I think it has a small leak somewhere. He doesn’t seem to mind.
Which part is too dangerous for children?
Did you guess:
If so, you’re correct! The foot pump is apparently the most dangerous part of this toy! See?
If you can’t read that, it says:
This is not a toy and must only be operated by an adult. Keep out of reach of children.
I’m sitting here trying to figure out the danger. I don’t think the accordion folds of it could give so much as a nasty pinch. I don’t think fingers could get badly stuck in it.
About the only danger I can see is a kid toppling over while stomping on it. Maybe I’m a mean mom, but I don’t see that as a problem.