I know you have all heard of the crazy warning lables that make you wonder if they really exist. This is what I always thought until today. One of my co-workers brought a few in to work today. Yes that's right, lables, lables, lables, all cut out and everything. You would have thought he was ready for the science fair. Why he had them no one really knows and perhaps we can discuss that another day (it will probably be under the heading "Too much spare time".) But for now I just wanted to share some of them with you.
Nydol sleep Aid:
"Warning: May cause drousiness"
(so just to be safe look for something that says " "will" cause drowsiness")
On a child's Superman's costume:
"Wearing of this garment does not enable you to fly"
(Oh yeah go ahead. Why don't you just crush all dreams! What are you going to tell us next? Santa isn't real?)
On a food proccesser:
"Not to be used for the other use"
(I don't know about you but I am really curious......the "other" use??)
"Warning: Do not use while showering"
(Oh you know there is someone somewhere rrrrreally late for work)
Bag of Fritos:
"You could be a winner! No purchace necessary. Details inside."
("But mom the bag told me to do it")
Bag of Peanuts:
"Warning may contain nuts"
(Now why in the world would they put those in there?)
Childrens cough medicine:
"Do not drive or operate heavy machinery after taking this medication"
(Whatever! Cold or no cold them dang kids have to work!)
"Do not attempt to stop with hands"
(I say let him (you know it's a guy) stop it with his hands, he'll only do it a couple times.)
Welp! That's all folks. Thanks for tuning in!