warningDid you know that you should not spray Windex in your eyes? You did?

But did you also know that you should not use hair coloring as ice cream topping? Hmmm? Did you? Or that your TV’s remote isn’t dishwasher safe?

These and other crazy warnings can be found here.

Oh, and don’t try to iron your clothes while they are on you. I’ve done that. It did not go well.

Now it’s your turn: Create a warning (crazy or serious) to go on a product or a sign. Draw a picture of the product or sign, if necessary.

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