The EU toy safety directive, agreed and implemented by Government, states that balloons must not be blown up by unsupervised children under the age of eight, in case they accidentally swallow them and choke ... [d]espite having been popular favourites for generations of children, party games including whistles and magnetic fishing games are to be banned because their small parts or chemicals used in making them are decreed to be too risky.Read more »
I haven't tried to buy this stuff online before. I just figured it out that this is much more safer to avoid may parents caught me buying this stuffs. I tried to bought 1 rabbit vibrator at VibratorWarehouse.com and its really pretty cool to hide this secrets to my parents. :-)Read more »
Not all eggs are created equal in the eyes of U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Kinder Eggs, a popular European chocolate egg that contains a toy inside, is banned from importation into the United States because it contains a "non-nutritive object embedded in it."Read more »
Any item that looks like a gun will have to be licensed under several changes to the Weapons Act being considered by the Queensland State Government of Australia. If it looks vaguely like a gun and/or feels vaguely like a gun, it will have to be licensed...Read more »
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