Everything to be labelled with terrifying images of death # how very #cyber

“[…] getting shampoo in your eyes could easily leave you temporarily blinded, causing you to stumble out of the shower, down the stairs, out of the door and into the path of traffic.

“From now on all shampoo will have a label showing a corpse that’s been run over by a bus and exploded like a hedgehog. It’s the only way to get the message across.

“Your government will protect you.”

Receptionist Nikki Hollis said: “Last night I couldn’t enjoy EastEnders because of a sticker on my new sofa showing someone getting anally impaled by a spring.

“However I’m actually finding some of the warnings quite useful because I’m one of those fuckwits who manages to misuse any sort of product.

“For example it’s handy to know you shouldn’t put paint in your tea if you’ve run out of milk.”

via Everything to be labelled with terrifying images of death.

Of course the problem is exacerbated by skulls becoming a trendy fashion thing, thereby diluting the message.

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  1. Dave Walker

    Must be why Microsoft are moving to downloads (as well as following in the footsteps of all the various Unices) rather than media kits; under these rules, the box for a Windows media kit would need to be a few feet on a side, to fit all the warnings on ;-).

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