Doormat warning

by Walter Olson on December 26, 2012

Courtesy Michael Schearer:

(& welcome Above the Law, Free-Range Kids readers)

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{ 8 comments }

1 Dan 12.26.12 at 3:09 pm

And they get sued into oblivion by the estate of the first user who unsuccessfully attempts to use the mat as a personal flotation device.

2 peter 12.26.12 at 4:12 pm

but does it contain nuts?

3 wfjag 12.26.12 at 4:21 pm

Is its use as a “Welcome Mat” a foreseeable misuse?

4 Bear 12.27.12 at 10:38 am

“Do not taunt mat.”

Ok, that now replaces my previous favorite product warning, which was “Warning: Do Not Eat. Not A Food item”…

…on the plastic shoe stays in a pair of loafers I bought back in the ’90s.

5 CAW 12.27.12 at 11:15 am

Stolen from Saturday Night Live’s “Happy Fun Ball”.

6 Mark Phaedrus 12.27.12 at 6:55 pm

Dan: Seems more like they’ll get sued by the first person who tears a ligament while shaking it all about. :)

7 Anony Mouse 12.29.12 at 4:52 am

I have one of their mats. We all had a good laugh at that label.

8 conor mccartney 01.03.13 at 6:46 pm

It is funny, but also sad. I love this site.

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