Brujula means compass in Spanish. I am betting that's what it is...coffin=compass.
Originally Posted by Ravin
I think the spanish word is brujula (accent on 1st u), which means compass.
So that word you think sounds like "coffin" is "compass". Which makes a lot more sense.
Don't have that particular toy, but DD does have a stuffed cat that recites a poem about going to the zoo. The end of the poem is rather unintelligible:
"Let's go to the zoo.
There's lots to see and do.
Lions, tigers, elephants, and bears.
And even a monkey with some (unintelligible word) to share.
We're not sure about the "to share" at the end, either.
Originally Posted by True Blue
Sometimes there are sick people at the factory who change things like that. I would call the company, play it for them, and request a replacement. My FIL manages a Walmart and has had toys come in saying many a bad word, whole batches of them, that they pull immediately and return to the manufacturer.