While that doesn’t seem like a shocking revelation for a bag of Peanut M&M’s, for some reason it’s still written on the packages nutritional information. And, according to MSNBC, this isn’t the dumbest warning label ever to be put on a package.
5. The product: Nytol Sleeping Pills
4. The product: Razor Scooters
The Label: “This product moves when used”
3. The product: A Vidal Sassoon hair dyer
The Label: “Do not use while sleeping”
2. The product: Dremel Multipro’s rotary tools
The label: “This product is not intended for use as a dental drill”
1. The Product: W.H. Collins’ Vanishing Fabric Markers
The Label: “The Vanishing Fabric Marker should not be used as a writing instrument for signing checks or any legal documents.”
What do you think, Lovelies? Do companies need to put labels like this on products to protect themselves from law suits? Or should they be able to put more faith in people’s intelligence? Have you noticed any redundant/weird warning labels on things you use?