Punto Mo

Stupid warning labels

DIKLAP - Annabelle O. Buenviaje - Pang-masa

• Blanket mula sa Taiwan: “Not to be used as protection from Tornado”.

• Sa Hair Dryer: “Do not use in shower”.

• Sa Bread Pudding: “Product will be hot after heating”.

Christmas lights mula sa China: “For indoor and outdoor use only”.

• Sa Peanut Butter : “Contains nuts”.

• Electric iron: “Never iron clothes while they are being worn”.

• Clinical thermometer: “Do not use orally after using rectally”.

• Baby stroller: “Remove child before folding”.

• Carpenter electric drill: “This product not intended for use as a dental drill”.

• Hairdryer: “Dot use while sleeping”.

• Sa Japanese Food Processor: “Not to be used for other use”.

• Toner cartridge for laser printer: “Do not eat toner”.

• Sa information booklet ng isang produkto: “Do not use if you cannot see clearly to read the information in the information booklet.”

• Sa shampoo ng aso: “The contents of this bottle should not fed to fish”.

• Pangkulay sa buhok: “Do not use as an ice cream topping”.

• Wheelbarrow (kartilya): “Not intended for highway use”.

• Pizza: “Warning—While reheating, be sure to place crust side down”.

• Sa bag ng fresh grapes sa Australia: “Please store in the cold section of the refrigerator”.

• Sa plastic bag ng fresh carrots: “Ingredients: Carrots”.

• Hagan Ice Cream: “Caution: Ice Cream is cold!”

• Nakasulat sa side ng coffee cup: “Warning: Hot beverages are hot!”

• Soy Milk: “Shake well and buy often”.

• Sa panlalaking cotton t-shirt kung paano lalabhan sa washing machine. Mahaba ang instruction pero sa last paragraph ay may ganitong statement: Give it to your wife, it’s her job.


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