Everything seems to come with a warning label these days. You can’t pick up your blow dryer without wondering who decided it would be a good idea to put the blow dryer in the tub. What about the first person who thought to use a toilet brush for oral use?
Even books come with warning labels. I love reading the fun warning labels like “Warning: Book may cause hot and bothered feelings” or “Warning: Book contains a sizzling romance filled with a hunky Scottish ghost”. My book "A Christmas Accident" should come with a warning "Kleenex may be needed". What are some of your favorite book warnings?
I sometimes believe people should come with warning labels. If you ask my husband, he would say that I’m dangerous when I’m in a mood. Just last week, I came home frustrated after a day of work and raked the entire front yard. He knew I was best to be left alone. On those days, my warning would be “proceed with caution.” But I’m usually a person who’s happy so that warning wouldn’t apply on those days. Some days, I’m bouncing off the walls with excitement. On those days, my warning would be “Watch for Ubrupt Dance Moves.”
If you had a warning label, what would it be?