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Does your tickly Boris monster....

(8 Posts)
bumbly Fri 25-Sep-09 14:32:25

lose his orange hair to a gentle stroke?? I think it is actually a very badly made book and dangerous for toddlers who could inhale those coloured fibres!

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ThePrettiestStar Fri 25-Sep-09 15:31:46

No! We have had Boris for nearly two years and he has been abused in all manner of ways with no shedding of hair....

He is a much favoured bed time book.

Indith Fri 25-Sep-09 15:38:45

Our Boris is fine.

boris is fine in this house too - and by gosh he gets some stick

bumbly Fri 25-Sep-09 16:39:02

blimy i only have to pat it down as if caressing and fibres come off!!!

LuluMamaaaaarrrrr Fri 25-Sep-09 16:44:00

my boris is fine, we also have dudley and the other one whose name escapes me

maybe you have a faulty copy?

inahling some fibres is not going to hurt your toddler, they eat all sorts of stuff don't they? with my two ,i would have been glad if the worst thing they inhaled or ingested was orange fluff! grin

ThePrettiestStar Fri 25-Sep-09 18:46:08

Lol, Dudley now..... The DH in an amusing mood, decode to make Dudley "eat Ds all up" and now he can't be read to DS without him cowering at the end of the bed.... any suggestions?

ThePrettiestStar Fri 25-Sep-09 18:46:56

decided even...

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