Fun Friday

Today we’re taking a look at actual warning labels that have been found on various actual products. I think the best way to describe them are “Duh” and “Thank you captain obvious!” How stupid do people really think we are? You’ll see what I mean…

  • Nabisco Easy Cheese – For best results, remove cap
  • 500-piece puzzle – Some assembly required
  • Children’s Superman Costume – wearing of this garment does not enable you to fly
  • Nabisco Easy Cheese  – For best results, remove cap
  • Nytol sleep aid – Warning: may cause drowsiness
  • Korean kitchen knife – Warning: keep out of children
  • Dremel Electric Rotary Tool – This product not intended for use as a dental drill
  • Stridex Foaming Face Wash – May contain foam
  • Old Spice Red Zone Deodorant – Use only on underarms
  • Bic Lighter – Ignite lighter away from face
  • Pepper Spray– Caution: Never aim spray at your own eyes
  • Hershey’s Almond Bar – Warning: May contain traces of nuts
  • Cardboard windshield sun shade – Warning: Do not drive with sun shield in place
  • 13- inch wheel on a wheelbarrow – Not intended for highway use
  • Microwave oven: do not use for drying pets
  • Electric Thermometer – Do not use orally after using rectally
  • Box for a car jack – For lifting purposes only
  • TV Manual – Do not pour liquids into your television set
  • Depends adults diapers – Step into underwear and pull them on just like regular underwear
  • Container of lighter fluid – Warning: Contents flammable
  • Woolite carpet cleaner – Safe for carpets, too!

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