Some things in life should go without saying, but there's always the occasional genius who needs to be told not to shave suring an earthquake.
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On a salt packet: “Warning: Contains salt.”
On a can of aerosol cheese: “For best results, remove cap.”
On an information booklet: “Do not use if you cannot see clearly to read the information in the information booklet.”
On air freshener: “For use by trained personnel only.”
On dog medicine: “Alcohol may intensify the effects.”
On rubbing alcohol: “Avoid contact with eyes, ears, brain, and surrounding membranes.”
On a letter opener: “Safety goggles recommended.”
On a travel pillow: “Do not use while sleeping.”
On a dust mask: “Does not supply oxygen.”
On a disposable razor: “Do not use during an earthquake.”
On a box of dice: “Not for human consumption.”
On a toy called Rubber Band Shooter: “Caution: Shoots rubber bands.”
On a bicycle: “Removing the wheel can influence the performance of the bicycle.”
On a disc-shaped chocolate: “Do not place chocolate into any electronic equipment.”
On a cleaner for eyeglasses: “Not for or direct use in eyes.”
On a birthday badge for two-year-olds (it says “I am 2” on one side): “Not to be used by children under 3 yrs. of age.”
On a dishwasher: “Do not allow children to play in the dishwasher.”
On a can of tuna: “Caution: Contains fish.”
On toilet bowl cleaner: “Safe around pets and children, although it’s not recommended that either be permitted to drink from the toilet.”
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