It was the baby doll so lifelike, it was almost a little unpleasant. In 1973, Hasbro introduced Baby Alive, the doll "that eats, drinks and wets." The doll's mechanical mouth could be spoon-fed packets of food mixed with water, which the doll would then chew before it would eventually end up in the doll's diaper. Too gross for children? Nope the messy little doll was in huge demand by the mid-1970s. Eventually, Hasbro gave her a voice so she could tell you exactly what bodily function you might be able to look forward to next.