But it did get me thinking about the toy.
The device that makes the toy duck squeak is placed in the neck. That and the fact it has bulging eyes makes me wonder if the design is based on something rather specific. Pet shops always tell parents to be careful when mixing kittens and puppies with children because children often don't realise these tiny animals aren't toys. Pet strangulation is common.
And then you think about that toy.
A toy that only makes a squeaking sound when squeezed around the neck by tiny hands.
Makes you wonder: Why is it dolls and action figures always seem to lose their heads before their limbs?