Dumbest Warning Labels

The annual Wacky Warning Label contest challenges Americans to find the most ridiculous warning labels in the country, as reported on Forbes.

This years winner was The Jabra Drive ‘N’ Talk which is a Bluetooth speakerphone accessory for cellphones to be used in the car. The Drive ‘N’ Talk carries this contradictory warning label: “Never operate your speakerphone while driving.”


Below are some other honourable mentions!


This product may contain nuts. Often found on bags of peanuts, including those made by Sainbury, as well as on those yellow bags of Peanut M&Ms. All of which makes you wonder what some conspiracy theorists think they’re buying.


May cause drowsiness – sleeping pills


Do not hold the wrong end of a chainsaw. Many chainsaws bear this digit-saver, in sticker form, right on their sides.


Never use a lit match or open flame to check fuel level. This little ditty can be found on gas caps for personal recreational vehicles such as jet skis and ATVs.

Link: http://www.forbes.com:80/2011/02/23/dumbest-warning-labels-entrepreneurs-sales-marketing-warning-labels_slide.html

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