- Top Ten Funny Christmas Warnings
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- Funny Signs In Christmas Shops
- Silly Christmas Warning
- This product not intended for use as a dental drill. Television advert warning on a DIY electric rotary tool.
- This product is not to be used in bathrooms. On a bathroom heater given last year to Will's Aunt as a Christmas present.
- Christmas Lights Warning: For indoor or outdoor use only.
- Not suitable for children aged 36 months or less. On a Christmas card for a 1 year old.
- Do not use if you cannot see to read the information in the information booklet. In the information booklet.
- Do not place this product into any electronic equipment. On the case of a chocolate CDs in a Christmas gift basket.
- Caution: The contents of this bottle should not be fed to fish. On a bottle of Christmas shampoo for dogs.
- Keep out of reach of children and teenagers. On a can of spray foam used to decorate glass at Christmastime.
- Warning: Do not climb inside this bag and zip it up. Doing so will cause injury and death. A label inside a protective bag containing fragile Christmas presents which measures 15cm by 15cm by 12cm.
- Battery may explore or leak. On a battery found in a Christmas present.
- One hundred and 42 people were injured by not removing all pins from new shirts.
- A label on a Christmas present: Hair dryer: 'Never use hair dryer while sleeping'
- On average 3 people die each year by testing if a 9v battery works on their tongue.
- Hospitals reported 4 broken arms last year after cracker pulling accidents.
- 23 people have died in the last 3 years believing that Christmas decorations were chocolate.
- Do not use house paint on face. Seen on TV in a Visa commercial.
- Stridex Foaming Face Wash - May contain foam.
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On the BOTTOM of a Tesco's Christmas Tiramisu dessert 'Do not turn upside down' [........... too late]
Funny Christmas WarningsA Government website has warned parents that a visit to see Father Christmas could be 'terrifying' for small children. Pantomimes may also be too scary and traditional party games could have youngsters in tears. The advice for teachers detailed on the website said, 'Younger children in particular have a wide range of fears. For very young children, Father Christmas can be terrifying. Make sure that fearful children are near an exit. Trips to the pantomime can cause alarm, so the same planning applies.' Margaret Morrisey, from the National Conference of PTAs, is reported to have said, 'It is so sad that we have become so politically correct that we are trying to remove the magic of Christmas.' The advice has been taken off the website and the Department for Education said, 'This is not Government policy. It does not reflect our views.' Footnote I could not find the above reference on the website. Could it be that common sense has forced them to remove the article? See more funny warning signs
- At a Music Store in Nottingham, UK : Out to lunch. Bach at 12:30. Offenbach sooner.
- In a dry cleaner's shop in Portsea, Portsmouth, UK: Drop your trousers here. In a department store in Vancouver, Canada: Bargain Basement Upstairs.
- In a restaurant in Norfolk, Virginia, USA: Customers who find our waitresses rude ought to see the manager.
- In a restaurant window just outside Brixham, Devon, UK: Don't stand there and be hungry, come in and get fed up.
- In a health food shop window in Los Angeles, USA: Closed due to illness.
- In a pub in West Sussex which is non-smoking: If we see smoke, we will assume you are on fire and take appropriate action.
- In a Laundromat, seen in Portland, Oregon, USA: Automatic Washing Machines: Please remove all your clothes when the light goes out.
Final Christmas Word of Warning
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