In this hilarious collection of really stupid warning labels, the now-famous stalkers of worldwide stupidity, Jeff Koon and Andy Powell, have compiled a veritable cornucopia of mind-boggling precautionary instructions. In the crazy, 'litigation obsessed' world of WEARING OF THIS GARMENT DOES NOT ENABLE YOU TO FLY you will helpfully discover that - A Marks & Spencer Bread Pudding 'may become hot after heating' - A Tesco's Tiramisu 'should not be turned upside down' (printed on the bottom of the box) - Sainsbury's Peanuts 'may contain nuts' - A Rowenta Steam Iron should not be used to iron clothes on body - On a helmet-mounted mirror for cyclists, objects in the mirror are actually behind them - And a blanket from Taiwan 'should not be used as protection from a tornado' With forty-two original drawings by illustrator Tim Carroll, this compilation of weird and wonderful warning labels will have you in stitches.
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Number of pages: 160
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