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Parents are losing the rag over this book's cheeky name

But there’s just one problem…

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PARENTS WANT TO protect their children from the harsh realities of the world for as long as possible.

So when the Facebook page MediaTakeout posted a video of a woman reading the so-called “children’s book” Do You Want To Play With My Balls?, they freaked out.

Source: WongKaiKo/YouTube

MediaTakeout warned parents to make sure their kids’ schools weren’t using the book in class:

DISTURBING VIDEO: This Is A REAL Children’s Book… Being Sold To CHILDREN… Parents PLEASE Make Sure That Your SCHOOL Isn’t Using This BOOK! (Wow… They Are Really Trying To INDOCTRINATE Kids)

Here are a few pages from the book, just for your own enlightenment:

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Parents were absolutely outraged to think this sort of thing could be taught in schools. OUTRAGED.

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And some defended it, saying the kids wouldn’t get the innuendos.

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BUT, and it’s a big but – this book isn’t even for kids. It’s a jokey book for adults by the cheeky Bum Bum Books publishing company that is going nowhere near schools.

If you’re not convinced, check out the name of the Cifaldi Brothers’ other book:

Source: I Paradiset/YouTube

*sniggers*

Morrissey just sickened the internet with this sex scene from his novel>

The cream horn challenge took the Great British Bake Off to new heights of innuendo>

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