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A sex toy maker in Australia is selling sex toys that look like baby kangaroos.

Key points:A new line of toys has been created by the makers of baby kong toys and is called ‘the baby kooziest toy in the world’The company’s CEO says the toys are ‘super cute’ and are ‘totally real’They say they are designed to give kids an ‘extra boost in confidence and confidence building’The Koozies are a new line produced by the company known as KooZies.

They are made using a silicone mould, which allows them to be more flexible and bendable.’

There’s so much of it in the toy that you can bend the head and bend the arms so it’s super cute, super cool and super adorable,’ chief executive Tim Wilson said.’

It’s a really, really fun toy.’

You can bend it and the arms will pop out, you can put it in a drawer and you can take it out and you’ll have fun with it.’

Mr Wilson said the toys were made using silicone moulds and were ‘super cool’.’

You put it together and it’s really easy to assemble it.’

They’re very easy to take apart and they’re really cute.’

The company is currently selling the toys in stores and online.

Mr Wilson says the products have been popular with young children and are sold through the company’s website.

He said the ‘baby koozie’ line is a way for parents to ‘make their own kooze’ while ‘making sure they’re getting the right toys’.’

I think it’s a great way for kids to give their toys a little boost in their confidence building,’ Mr Wilson said, adding that parents can use the toys to ‘help them grow and develop’.’

They can be a fun and fun time for the kids, they can give them a boost in self-esteem, and it can also help them build confidence and self-worth.’

The products are ‘pretty much the same as baby kongs, but it’s the body parts that are different,’ Mr Ryan said.

‘It’s got a different head and different body parts.’

So, for instance, the legs are bigger and they have different shapes.’

The arms are smaller and they are different.”

It really is an extra boost in the confidence building.’

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