Stupid Warning Labels, But Not The Kind You Think

Warning Labels May Not Always Work

We’ve all seen the caution us not to do idiotic things or remind us of the obvious.  “Remove infant before folding stroller” and “Do not use toaster while bathing” are two examples that come to mind at random.  But what about warning labels that really do need to convey important, non-obvious information?  They can be stupid too.

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