Less than an hour ago, I posted a column titled, “Are Warning Labels Impeding Natural Selection?” Here is a case-in-point, brought to my attention by a brilliant blogger friend at Love and Anthropology, who offers definitive proof that some of those drowning in the human gene pool shouldn’t get a life preserver…
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9 thoughts on “Warning labels vs Natural Selection: case in point…”
Ha! Thanks for the laugh!
You’re welcome, Lynette! When I saw this, I let out a laugh… followed by a wince. Eeeeks!
Once again something I’ve been doing wrong…
In this case, I don’t think there is a right way…
LOL! Oh man, I literally laughed like a cackling hag when I read that warning label. What brain child… no, you know what… nevermind.
Hahahha! As I told another blogger, of all the things they could have come up with as a warning (poking your eye, stabbing your hand, sticking into an electrical outlet) THAT’S the thing they’re most afraid of someone doing with their product?!? Wow…..
Someone had to have set the standard, man. That genius is out there and he must’ve sued!
At least we have the comfort of knowing he’s likely incapable of reproducing anymore 😉