This warning label should be on pretty much everything [Image]

I don’t know about other countries or regions but here in the United States we pretty much have a warning label on everything. For example, hot coffee from a store like Starbucks comes with something along the lines of “warning this may be hot” and frozen food warns people “don’t eat while frozen” (or something like that). You know what other label should be on pretty much everything except for children toys? The following:

smart_label

…Don’t you agree?

The label was photographed at Target. Not sure exactly what this was on, though.

[via Reddit]

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  1. Seamus McSeamus

    Silly warning labels are a pet peeve of mine. “Contents may be hot”!! Really? It’s a cup of coffee, so I would certainly hope so. The most idiotic one I’ve seen came on a new hair dryer my wife bought; the label warned against using the product while you were sleeping.

    The way I look at it, this kind of thing should fall under common sense, and if you get burned on a cup of hot coffee maybe you should learn to be more careful, not find the nearest lawyer’s office.

    That all said, I support the use of the above warning label on everything. LMAO!