BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Instead of asking Wendy's restaurants, "Where's the beef?" Oneconcerned Connecticut mom is wondering, "Where's the filter for thechildren?"
Heather Donegan said, "It's just not something that would beappropriate for small children. My little ones picked up on itright away. They didn't know what the word was, but they knew itwasn't the word mom was singing to the song."
This mother of two is is totally turned off by the tunes on thiskaraoke disco fever CD. It's the prize that was dropped into bothher boys' Wendy's kids meals on Wednesday. And one of the lyrics toDonna Summer's hit, "Last Dance" written on the inside of the CDcover is very different than one of the words sung in the song.
"It's supposed to say, "I'm so so bad," but when you play thesong it's, "I'm so so horny" instead of "bad,"" explainedHeather.
Which for Heather is not exactly music to her or her sons'ears.
Zachary said, "It had a bad word on it so we stopped listeningand then we listened to another CD and it still had the bad word onit."
"It's definitely not something you want your kids to go toschool and repeat," said Heather.
After Donegan stopped allowing 6-year-old Zachary and 3-year-oldAlex to listen, she called the local Wendy's where she got theCD's. and a manager there reportedly told her she could exchangethem for another prize and he'd let his boss know next time hevisited that store.
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