Not like they read the lable anyway
Spelling errors in labels are fun too…
This should be an entertaining series of comics!
Dear lord, I almost bought one of those things…
Self-Help Books – It only helps the pocketbook of the author.
Dieting Books – RAGEQUIT in 2 weeks or less guaranteed!!
Religious Books – Not to be taken literally.
Political Books – Wait an election cycle to find this in the bargain bin for 99 cents.
Comedy Books – 50% guaranteed to be not funny.
Biographies – Your life could not be anymore boring that this *******.
Kind of like the funnel cake maker we bought. Novelty wears off quickly!
Bob- try using it as a pan for boiling water, 2-3 times faster than using a saucepan… have to make a handle for it though.
Funnel cake maker novelty wore off sooner than the mix ran out. The pitcher is great for watering plants, tho.
Ye gods, I work in a housewares and gadget store. We sell those things.
If only there was a shop that specialized in making donuts and would handle the mess, time, and skill required. But, alas, there is not.
I think this donut maker might make it past 2 uses with us since it may make healthier donuts. But I’d have to taste them first. Problem with these big doohickies is where do you put it?
There is no other proper response to this than to giggle maniacally.
Obviously, this warning label is not from the same genius that came up with “WARNING: product contains peanuts” on packages of peanuts.
You’re thinking of labels that say ‘may contain traces of nuts’ on bags of peanuts. Which makes sense, because peanuts are not actually nuts, despite the name.
mmmmm donuts. if i bought it, i would discover that it only works for 1 use, not 2.
Norm, you goofed. It should read “WARNING: Novelty wears off after first 2 uses or first washing, whichever comes sooner.”
*expires, not wears off.
I just can’t believe how many of those things there are these days! They have them for cupcakes, for mini pies, for cake pops, doughnuts, pretzels, brownies, haggis…Well, maybe the world isn’t ready for the haggis one
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