Will and Guy ponder if these amusing labels have a positive or negative effect on the
product concerned. Is it a case of any publicity is good publicity?
do the silly labels make the companies a laughing stock?
- Funny Label - 'Our
President is an Idiot'
- If You
Cannot Read. Do Not Use This Product
- Funny Warning Labels
- Silly Warning
- Hell's Gate
- Please Do Not Run Into
Translation of the above label from French into English
This is a clothing label from a small American company that sells their
product in France.
Wash with warm water.
Do not Iron
are sorry that our president is an idiot. We did not vote for him.
Guy wondered if this funny label was part of a new marketing drive to
create a DIS (respect) label. Then Will pointed out that no 'poser' would
pay top dollar for a fashion label that nobody could see.
Another Silly Label - But Oh So True!
My mother had decided to trim the household budget wherever possible, so instead of having a dress dry-cleaned she washed it by hand. Proud of her savings, she boasted to my father, 'Just think, Ivor, we are
five pounds richer because I washed this dress by hand.'
'Good', my dad quickly replied. 'Wash it again.'
If you do not understand, or cannot read all directions, cautions and
warnings DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT. (Surely one of the stupidest labels
Strange Instructions on Labels
Children Cough Medicine:
'Do not drive a car or operate machinery after taking this medication'
(We could do a lot to reduce the rate of construction
accidents if we could just get those 5 year olds with head colds off those forklifts.)
On packaging for a clothes iron:
'Do not iron clothes on body'.
this save me more time?)
On a Myer hairdryer:
'Do not use while sleeping'.
Danger - Do
not hold the wrong end of a chainsaw
Often it's the ludicrousness of these warning labels that makes them so funny.
- On Odour Eaters: Please do not eat.
- On a blender: On no account improvise as a
- On stockings: Not to be used in the commission of a felony.
- On gloves: For best results, do not leave at the crime scene.
- On a fridge: Refrigerate after
alphabet blocks: Not for children.Letters may be used to construct words, phrases and sentences that may be deemed offensive.
- On a cardboard windshield sun-shade: 'Warning: Do Not Drive
With Sun Shield in Place'.
- On an infant's
bathtub: Do not throw baby out with bath water.
- On a cup of McDonald's
coffee: Allow to cool before applying to groin area.
- On a microscope: Objects in view are bigger and more frightening than they appear.
- On a calendar: Use of term 'Sunday'
for reference only. No
meteorological warranties express or implied.
- On a Taiwanese shampoo'Use repeatedly for severe damage.'
- On a Korean kitchen knife
'WARNING: Keep out of children.'
- On a frozen Chow Mein from China
'SERVING SUGGESTION: Defrost.'
- On a New Zealand insect spray
'This product not tested on
- On the BOTTOM of a Tesco's Tiramisu dessert
'Do not turn upside
down' [........... too late]
These funny warning signs make Will and Guy ponder: who put them there, are
the pictures real or fake.
See more funny examples of Engrish
Warning. Persons who through litter or stones into the thermal pools may be asked to retrieve them.
See more funny 'rubbish' signs
Often it's the absurdity of these notices that makes them so funny
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Will and Guy bring you the real thing - Falling Rocks
Wonderworks is an 'upside down' attraction in Florida, USA. Advertised as an 'amusement park for the mind', it features
over 100 interactive exhibits including a fighter jet exhibit, laser tag, virtual sports, and an earthquake simulator
Who and why was this Silly Billy sign created?
To Digress, Talking of Walls ...
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