The Warning Label Book: Warning: Reading This Book May Cause Spontaneous, Uncontrollable Laughter.

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Macmillan, Oct 15, 1998 - Humor - 128 pages
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Warnings-they're everywhere.

On toys. On hair dryers. On compact discs. On take-out coffee cups. Almost everything for sale today comes with a warning. Why? Now, most people have enough common sense not to take a bath with an electric blender, but thanks to a few morons out there who sued big companies and won huge settlements, products now come with warnings that treat consumers like a bunch of slack-jawed yokels.

So here's a collection of more than a hundred of the most ridiculous real warning labels on today's products. For example:

Such as, perhaps, the head of the idiot who came up with this warning in the first place?

In addition, the book includes two dozen hilarious peel-off fake warning labels you can stick on real products to keep you, your friends, and your loved ones safe. Just don't read this book while driving a car or operating heavy machinery.

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User Review  - Runa - LibraryThing

This is a truly hilarious book about different [utterly ridiculous] warning labels found on various products. Guaranteed to have you laughing insanely. Includes some amazing fake "caution labels" for some great pranks ;) Read full review

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Joey Green is the best-selling author of over a dozen books, including Polish Your Furniture With Panty Hose. Tony Dierckins and Tim Nyberg are the co-creators of the nationally best-selling The Duct Tape Book(s).

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