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It's always good to have a nice laugh - especially for a busy mama. So, share something funny that happened, you read, a joke, or something to just put a smile on the face of someone.
I was reading today through a warning label book that has real warning labels that are just silly/stupid. Here are a few dumb ones that I read: (These are not necessary funny, just stupid and fun to ready about and something new to read/think about other than parenting)
***Found on a box of Tampax tampons: " Removed used tampon before inserting a new one "
***Found on a Batman Halloween costume: " PARENT: Please exercise caution - mask and chest plate are not protective; cape does not enable wearer to fly. "
***Found on a can of Nabisco Easy Cheese: " For best results, remove cap. "
yah ashley makes me wonder what ever happened to common sense.
but seriously if it was not stated like that ...there would be those senseless who turn and sue cus the cape did not "do it" (fly)
Just now here in Saudia the price of eggs and chickens went up alot. So many are choosing to boycott eggs and chicken...so u walk past an upscale gold store and find box of eggs next to them all. ( cus they are just as expensive )
and the pics in newspaper here of people going overboard to protect the beheading of chickens by giving them full pedicures with long red nails and wearing diamond braclets...!!!!
I was at a training seminar for work many years ago and they gave us a list of warnings as part of a session on communication. My favorite was the warning on a package of knives: Keep knife out of children. You may think it was a typo and they meant out of the reach of children but no, there was a little picture of a child with a knife stuck in them with the crossed circle over it.