I'm a mum and there’s a disgusting reason you should throw out your rubber ducks immediately – it’ll turn your stomach | The Sun

A MUM-OF-TWO has taken to TikTok to warn other parents against buying rubber ducks for their kids, after making a disgusting discovery. 

Diana, known online as @itsbabygirld, regularly shares parenting and lifestyle content with her 25,300 followers. 

In a new video, she shared the moment she decided to cut into her kids’ bath toys, after noticing they were turning from yellow to blue and green. 

But she was stunned when she found one full of black mould. 

“My kids are going to hate me if I do this for no reason, but this toy is starting to look weird, it’s not yellow anymore…it looks like blue, green. 

“So I’m going to cut it open. If it’s fine, I’ll just replace it, it’s a dollar duck. 


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“But I feel like this b**** has mould in it, and I just saw another video on Facebook so I’m nervous.” 

Diana looked disgusted as she cuts open the rubber duck’s head and peers inside. 

She continued: “I’m literally about to throw away all their rubber ducks and never buy another one again. 

“That is so f****** disgusting. I’m about to throw up. 

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“I don’t even want to cut the rest, it’s literally filled with mould.” 

As she cuts to open the duck up a little more, Diana is seen gagging. 

She adds: “All these rubber ducks are going in the trash. 

“I’m shaking right now, like literally shaking. 

“It’s filled, oh my god. Can you see that? 

“Away with the bath toys, that is f****** disgusting. You can’t even clean those. 

“Do not buy rubber ducks.”

Fans loved Diana’s honesty, with the video gaining more than 1.1 million likes and 6.7 million views. 

In the comments, the mum-of-two’s followers shared their reactions, with one writing: “How much mold did i drink as a kid?”

A third added: “I always laugh when parents are surprised that bath toys grow mould. Try soaking in water and vinegar. Toys need cleaning too.”

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Another suggested: “Buy knew ones and super glue the hole shut.”

Someone else put: “They make rubber ducks and rubber bath toys that don’t have holes in them!! I seriously don’t even know WHY there are holes in them?!”

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