Consumer warnings

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    I stopped being amazed when they put "Do not use near water or in bath tub" on a blow dryer.
     
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    Uh, they already do. Some of the labels on stuff are really, really, really ridiculous. But that is what happens when you have trial lawyers running around.....
     
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    lol, I was just about to write the same thing.
     
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    I used to have a roll-on deodorant that had the warning "Do not apply to eyes". I kept thinking... Who the hell has stick-eye that bad?

    I lost it in our last move. My wife "accidentally" threw it away.
     

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