Overlawyered points us to a website giving out the 2005 awards for dumbest warning labels of the year. But first-
Warning- Don't read this post if you're humor challenged.
Now for the warnings-
*- A heat gun and paint remover that produces temperatures of 1,000 degrees and warns users, “Do not use this tool as a hair dryer”
*- label on a kitchen knife that warns: “Never try to catch a falling knife.”
*- Kirk Dunham of Seabrook, Texas gets an honorable mention for a warning label he found on a bottle of dried bobcat urine made to keep rodents and other pests away from garden plants. It says: “Not for human consumption.”
Go over and read the rest. You'll get a good laugh.
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