Monday, October 27, 2008

WARNING


Know what I love? Reading warning labels on products. I saw two funny ones today.
  • (On the gas pump) Do not siphon gasoline with mouth.
  • (on a commercial for Triaminic children's cough medicine) Do not use for the purpose of making your child sleepy.

Can't say they didn't warn you.

5 comments:

Leah said...

I have heard of people doing both those things. Unfortunately.

stephinbham said...

Right, it is my personal theory that these warnings are added only after someone actually tries them out. And then sues the manufacturer.

Anonymous said...

One time I took Lauren to the doctor, and he asked why I gave her a particular medication because it didn't actually work for her illness. I said, well, it made her sleep, which allowed me to sleep. I'm surprised that he didn't turn me in. Call me guilty. Aunt T

Natalie said...

Siphoning gas with mouth? Eww. Giving medicine to a baby to make them sleepy? Survival.

Natalie said...

Kidding before!!! You should make this a regular column.