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August 20, 2021

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One uncle is seeking the ultimate revenge by buying his two-year-old nephew the most annoying, noisy gift he can find. But, what is the most annoying toy out there?

It’s an uncle’s right to rile the kids up and hand them back to their parents loaded with sugar and on the brink of a tantrum, right? Well, that’s exactly what one uncle plans on doing, and also adding in a torture device; an annoying, noisy toy. He recently put a callout on reddit for parents to share what the most annoying toy possible is, “I have to be fully honest, I’m looking to punish my brother by finding the loudest, most annoying, easiest to set off age appropriate toy I can find.”

He’s seeking the ultimate revenge after his brother gifted his own son a creepy gift, “When my son was 3 he bought him a Darth Vader that would go off for a full 20 seconds of breathing and quoting if anything within 5 feet moved and am looking to return that favour.”

We’d assume that parents would rally together, and not give this uncle any advice, wouldn’t we? But parents, they love a little fun, and they’ve handed him the worst toys in the world, on a platter. “There’s a toy called “Yellies” … they are motion and voice activated and apparently the way they work is that the louder someone screams at them or runs away the faster they move in that direction,” one mum shared.

AND THE ULTIMATE NOISY, ANNOYING TOY IS…

There was a clear winner for the most annoying toy, and there is no doubt it will be the subject of the revenge gift. “There’s a dancing baby shark toy that recognises movement in the room,” one parent shared, and quickly others agreed that it was the perfect gift to send a parent batty.

One parent chimed in, “The best part is the kid is going to absolutely love it so they won’t be able to toss it.” We’ve all been there, haven’t we?

What’s the most annoying toy that your kid owns?

  • a recorder ……hands down most ANNOYING

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  • A recorder, drums, anything that makes noise.

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  • Any toy with music and batteries are annoying…also playdoug and slime

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  • What about a set of drums.
    He can bang away. Mum and Dad will just love you????

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  • A recorder – torturing parents for years.

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  • One that my family used to find annoying was a drum kit. They don’t know a tune so they just continue to bash everything on it, especially the cymbal. It sounds more like a construction site and can be truly annoying. In all sincerity though I’d think long and hard about the gift because his nephew would be getting told off for playing with something noisy at the wrong time. I’d rather buy something you know your nephew would like and something noisy for your brother.

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  • I remember my son owned a toy motor bike when he was little. It was battery operated and has too loved annoying music. Luckily it has now broken.

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  • definitely a recorder – ghastly grating noise guaranteed! pan pipes, xlophone and drum kit also good for annoyance ( I am pretty sure you can get electronic toy baby bongos, with added annoying american accent words of encouragement.) Oh, and any Moana or Frozen talking doll, they sing and are AWFUL!!!!! hahahahhaaaa! TickleMeEmo?

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  • Something noisy that continues to go off via sensor that can be triggered during the night too. I would find an electronic large spider a problem too. Perhaps look at something that is really annoying to the family and go with that.

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  • Whoopie Cushions all the way!

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  • Musical instruments always take the cake especially when given to toddlers

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  • My son got a set of hulk hands for his birthday from his uncle. Although their great they encourage punching and then the glove screams “HULK SMASH” Does get annoying.

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  • Lol I’m keen to play this and get the baby shark toy!

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  • This could escalate fast ????

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  • Hehe hilarious! Dangerous game their playing at :P

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