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Reading Labels for FUN!

Monday, August 25, 2014

I'm often amazed by American warning labels and/or instructions.

Just this morning I bought a new curling iron and was amazed to find a tag on it WARNING that a hot iron could burn someone and I shouldn't let children touch it. Who knew?

Also, my chewy Rolaids have instructions notifying me to chew AND swallow each one. Can't be chewing those up and spitting them out. I'm underwhelmed, lol.

A bright spot in my day, lol.

Karen

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  • ZEEDRA
    Right up my humour alley, Karen.
    My sleeping pills say: "May cause drowsiness." Well! I HOPE so!!!
    Thanks for the smiles.
    1880 days ago
  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    I love the ones on food, such as peanut butter, where they tell you that it may contain peanuts. emoticon I hope so. If not, I'm worried about what it does contain.
    1882 days ago
  • GABY1948
    It's funny but it's sad at the same time!
    1882 days ago
  • GORDON66
    When you live in a litigious society, that's what happens.
    1882 days ago
  • MOM2ACAT
    I once got a curling iron with the instruction "do not use while sleeping", LOL1

    And I have to laugh at the instructions on my pills that are prescription: Take by mouth.
    1882 days ago
  • LADYCALICO
    The labels are funny but the crazy American tort system is not. Common sense and personal responsibility have been executed in the courtroom. A man sued his bicycle manufacturer because the bike didn't come with a warning not to use after dark without lights, after he was injured doing just that. There are whole websites dedicated to the stupidest lawsuits currently pending. One woman is suing a store where she was injured by stuff knocked over by a kid running crazy through the aisles...it was her own kid.
    1882 days ago
  • FORZACHANDMATT
    Funny, isn't it?
    1882 days ago
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