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Dad Calls the Phone Number Printed on His Kid’s Toy and Discovers It Connects to a Porn Hotline

Gross and kinky were really the only really options when the number is 1(800) TOO-MUCH.

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One dad got a little more than he bargained for when he called the number on the front of his daughters Poopsie Slime Surprise can and was connected to a phone sex line. In the video, he noted that his daughter absolutely loved the fake poop in a can, but that no one had tried the number on the container.

What’s funny is that while the manufactures probably weren’t guessing that there would be an issue with the phone number, they did pick a pretty general and suggestive one. The number the dad dialed was simply 1(800) TOO-MUCH. Not to mention, the can is actually shaped like a milk carton and had a picture of a poop on the side with the words “Have You Seen Me?” printed underneath. The number is basically begging you to call it.

Poopsie Slime Surprise Packs are actually pretty popular toys these days. There isn’t much to it. Unwrap it, smoosh it around In your hands, and put the poop back in the tin. As if poop needed to get any more interesting, the packs come in different varieties. ”Unicorn Poop.” ‘Panda Poop,’ bedazzled poop, and scented poop all seem to be a thing as well.

An 800 number is toll-free too, so right there you’re already asking for a potential issue. Their motivation behind the term ‘too much’ is pretty understandable, given that the toy centers around poop. At the same time ‘too much’ can be a suggestive stand-in for about a million other concepts as well. Still, at the end of the day, when you call a number like 1(800) TOO-MUCH, you should have only expected something kinky or gross—perhaps both.

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