In my opinion, this toothbrush joins the ranks of other "dubious" toys. Which include, but are not limited to:
Homeless American girl..."there's a new kid on the block: Gwen Thompson, who literally lives on the street. Gwen's story starts with a deadbeat dad who walks out on the family, leaving her single mom struggling to get by"Breastfeeding doll..."Dolls that realistically close their eyes, bottle-feed and even wet themselves have long been a staple of the toy world. But Spanish company Berjuan has gone a bit too far with Bebé Glotón, the breast-feeding doll. Parents (shockingly) aren't fond of the bizarre doll, intended for girls ages 8 to 10, which comes with a halter-top-like bra that girls can put on and pretend to nurse with — complete with flowerlike nipples that make a loud suckling sound."
And my personal favorite...Harry Potter Vibrating broom..."Well, this was one way to keep Harry Potter fans interested as they grew up. Modeled after Harry's first broom, Mattel's now discontinued battery-operated Nimbus 2000 featured a grooved stick and handle for kids who wanted to ride it around the house. The dubious part: it vibrated."For the full list, and to see where I got the descriptions of the toys...please visit http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1927306_1927313_1927315,00.html