Here’s a warning- do not hold the wrong end of a chainsaw. As far as warnings go, that’s a pretty good one in that it is needed. I suppose someone may indeed not know what is the end of the chainsaw that actually saws and cuts. If I ever needed to use a chainsaw I think I would know which end is which but I suppose a sticker doesn’t hurt. Then there are those warnings about not using a hair dryer while you are sleeping. Yes, that is true. However, one must wonder who is reading such a warning label while asleep. I suppose one can’t be too cautious. After all, now because of a lawsuit decades ago, we need to label one’s hot coffee as being hot. Laughingly, many years ago, a letter opener product had a warning label recommending one wear safety goggles. Of course!
Recently, the CDC warned us to not kiss our chickens, especially on the mouth. It makes sense in the large scheme of things. See, the CDC needs to warn Americans of the hazards of contact with chickens, including the risk of catching salmonella. What is somewhat funny to me is the warning to not snuggle with the backyard chickens. Got it!
And, of course we have the CDC warning and guide to dealing with zombies. Now, this I find most useful. You just never know. And, we should all be prepared for that zombie apocalypse.