<p>TORONTO, ON - NOVEMBER, 10 Avalyn 6 plays with her new Hatcnhimal just as it begins to peck through the shell, she named him Oscar. Hatchimals are the new weird Xmas toy flying off the shelves. The egg must be cared for for a time until it begins to hatch just as a real egg would. Inside is a plush bird that then responds to human interaction. (Richard Lautens/Toronto Star via Getty Images)</p>
Bad news for Hatchimal owners -- some parents say their toys are cursing in their sleep.
Parents have taken to social media and uploaded videos of their supposed potty-mouthed hatchlings as evidence that the toy is using a curse word.
After listening to the Hatchimals some believe they are actually saying "Hug me." Others agree with parents that the toys are swearing.
Spin Master, the company behind Hatchimals, says 'The toys make unidentifiable noises while sleeping.' They deny the toys are saying "hug me," or swearing on their own.