12 Times You Should Definitely Have Read The Small Print.
Companies are responsible to let consumers know how to use their products for best results. This is done by sewing or printing instruction labels on just about anything and everything. Some instructions seem unnecessary like washing a pair of jeans or how to bathe the family’s dog. Nonetheless, making sure that the customer is satisfied is essential.
Good thing there is always a cheeky, bored or disgruntled employee who goes above and beyond their job when it comes to writing the products’ labels. It’s hard to tell if the joke is on the company or a jab at the buyer needing to use common sense. Whatever the reason may be these are funny labels.
Using humour may be the most brilliant way to get people to read and actually follow directions. After seeing these funny instructions, we bet you’ll be reading yours more often. Not for educational purposes but to get a silly note.
#1. Yes, turn the mug over if you want to pour coffee in. The philosopher's guild give wise advice.
#2. That is so true. Parents are never going to kick out a toddler out of the house.
#3. The size doesn't make the man.
#4. "Hey Diddle Diddle..." wait no time for nursery rhymes! Have to focus on reading this label.
#5. This is the worst advice ever! Although, we can imagine a couple of people wanting to try just to see what happens.
#6. And here we thought it was our pet that developed super animal strength during a bath.
#7. It can definitely cause a lot of pain. So stay focus and zip gently.
#8. This person only wanted to buy the manchego cheese for their dinner tonight. Now all this talk of an impending arrival made them lose their appetite.
#9. Let's be honest if you are old enough to load the wash, you are old enough to figure out how to wash your clothes.
#10. Whew! So glad this store clarified this very confusing advertising.
#11. This tag gave an enlightened message to the wearer of the clothes.
#12. Great baby name ideas from the most unlikely places.
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