Thank Goodness for the Warnings!

You know, if it wasn’t for all the little warning tags on products, surely I would be dead — or worse — by now.

I have a curling iron with a warning tag lovingly placed upon it by the manufacturer so I know not to use it on my eyelashes.

I have shampoo with a warning on it not to eat it.

And now I can add to my collection of odd warnings: things not to do with a pellet gun.

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Do not shoot yourself in the eye. Didn’t you learn that from A Christmas Story?

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Do not give the gun to your baby. Doggone it, all my plans are now ruined.

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Do not shoot your brother with the gun, no matter how annoying he is. Wait, what?! Geez, first I can’t give it to the baby and now I can’t shoot annoying little brother?? Why did I even get this stupid thing?

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No ricochets. Just don’t.

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Do you have a question about the disturbing box thing wearing a nurse’s hat that is in your home uninvited? Call!

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6 thoughts on “Thank Goodness for the Warnings!

    1. I was hoping to get the neighbor during one of his late-night dumpster rolling sessions. But since im not supposed to shoot my annoying little brother, my guess is that the rule applies to annoying neighbors, too…

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  1. Well, thank goodness for warnings. I’ve had curling irons that instructed me not to use them while I was asleep … a warning which I was grateful to receive. Now, I don’t know if this makes any difference, but I think the one picture means that you shouldn’t give the gun to a baby who has been drinking. Just my thought on it … but it could be helpful.

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