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Top Ten Stupid Labels

By September 29, 2016 No Comments


10. On a clothing iron: You shouldn’t press your clothes while you’re wearing them.

9. A label on back of a public toilet: Recycled flush water…unsafe for drinking.

8. Nikon warns when operating its cameras: “Care should be taken not to put your finger in your eye accidentally.”

7. On a container of underarm deodorant: “Caution: do not spray in eyes.”

6. On a butane lighter: “Warning: Flame may cause fire.”

5. An Ultradisc CD player’s warning: “Do not use the product as a projectile in a catapult. This could cause personal injury and will void the warranty.”

4. Label on an electric wood router made for carpenters reads: “This product not intended for use as a dental drill.”

3. A cardboard car sunshield that sits on the windshield reads: “Do not drive with sunshield in place.”

2. A warning that was attached to a Bat Man the Animated Series Armor Set Halloween costume box: “Warning: Please exercise caution-mask and chest plate are not protective; cape does not enable wearer to fly.”

1. Warning on a baby stroller: “Warning: Remove child before folding baby stroller.”


Author Dean Brenton

Executive Director of Ministry Development & Strategic Initiatives PAONL, YCNL Director, Pastor, Husband, Dad, Diakonoi, Christ-follower.

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