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Thread: Instructions....In Honor of Stupid People....funny

  1. #61
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    Galveston Texas
    Quote Originally Posted by dakotamaid
    Oh my, I had my laugh for today, so did hubby!

    However, It is the stupid lawyers in this country that have made some of those stupid instructions necessary!
    It's not the stupid lawyers, it's the sleazy ones that will take any kind of case and run with it.

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    i agree. you want hot coffee, it's gonna be hot, o and then you spill it on yourself and sue mcdonalds for it being hot??? DUH award right there... :)

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    Morgan Hill, CA
    This totally made my night! LOL

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    So funny, but to think these warnings were put on these products and others because they really happened. Thats how products get stupid warnings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    On a child's Superman costume-- "Wearing of this garment does not enable you to fly."
    This actually does happen. Once my youngest as a child pinned a towel around her neck, climbed onto the table and yelled that she was Superman (didn't have such a good grasp of DNA at that age) and leaped from the table to the floor. The flight was successful, but the landing left a lot to be desired, since she hit the chair on the way down, and had a black eye by the time we got to ER. I almost got pulled in by CPS, but she was always talkative and was thoroughly ticked off because she couldn't fly like Superman on TV and told the ER doctor in great detail about it. ALL about it, over and over, she was really mad at Superman and not her own stupidity. (Now she's a 50 year old school teacher and highly intelligent!!!)
    I had gone to answer the phone and thought she was busy trying to pin the towel around the dog's neck for a bandanna.
    And then there was the time other daughter put a bean in her ear....well, perhaps some of these labels ARE really necessary!!!!
    Ramona, your Superman story reminded me of my oldest daughter's stunt when she was 4 years old. I was in the kitchen when I heard her screaming outside and ran to see what happened...Her mouth was bleeding, but I didn't know what she had fallen on, and she wouldn't tell me. However, My sister, who is a school teacher, has a way of getting kids to talk and she asked my daughter what she was doing when she got hurt. Her answer? "I was pretending to be Peter Pan and wanted to fly up the front steps." The front steps were cement!
    Sadly, my daughter passed away, but what memories we have! :-)

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