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I’m almost positive it’s a scientifically proven fact: weird warning labels are some of the most fun things to read. I found a list of them and several of them are new to me:

Caution on a package of dice:
Not for human consumption.

Stamped on the barrel of a .22 calibre rifle:
Warning: Misuse may cause injury or death. [I don’t understand the phrase ‘may cause death.’ Cause death? It will kill you.

Instructions for an electric thermometer:
Do not use orally after using rectally. [oh yuck]

I also found this, which I’m told by my friends is completely old, but it’s new to me, and so much fun that I could not help but share it with anyone out there who, like me, has let this one slip under the radar for so long.

Well they are!

9 Responses to “Warning!”

  1. on 03 Aug 2007 at 9:53 pm This Is Wet Floor

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  2. on 04 Aug 2007 at 8:00 am nessa

    My favorite warnings are the ones found on hot coffee take out cups. I can’t forget the idiot woman who burned herself on a cup of McDonald’s coffee and received a huge pay out from the stupid jury. (Yes, I’m jealous; /)

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  4. on 04 Aug 2007 at 11:59 am Antilos

    Warning! People who follow Jesus may suffer persecution and death. :)

    Remove child before folding! :))

    Smoking kills! – this warning fails to work :)

  5. on 04 Aug 2007 at 4:28 pm Alpaca The Awesome

    Found on a Japanese Food Processor: Warning! Not meant for the other use.

    I’m curious.

  6. on 06 Aug 2007 at 11:58 pm Another Jake

    I am soooo doing that sparta thing at work as soon as possible!

  7. on 08 Aug 2007 at 8:33 pm Mango Jones

    unfortunately, that warning label is fake
    i’m not sure if you knew that already, but i was just letting you know

  8. on 13 Aug 2007 at 9:19 pm CheeseDuck

    They did already know >_>
    Did you see the hyperlinked “this”?

  9. on 13 Aug 2007 at 9:21 pm CheeseDuck
    More fun labels and etc.

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