Some background (for those of you who weren't around back then):
Back in Lithuania I was munching on a box of "Sugar Free Egg Kichel". To my shock I saw the words:
"Use of the product may be hazardous to your health."
Printed on the side of the box. Since then I've always kept my eyes out for wacky fine print . . .
This one has been sitting in my archives since last summer, so I figure now is as good as a time as any to bring it out.
While sitting in my room in Petersburg, Russia, I noticed a bottle of some Homeopathic formula to help those wished to quit smoking.
I don't smoke, and I solute all those who wish to quit the nasty habit . . . but at some point the instructions and fine print are just strange odd.
Adults:Now adult cigarette addiction I understand.
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Children Under 12:
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Children under 12 . . . It's wacky, but I suppose it can happen (after all I did see this bottle in Russia)
But infants? Babies?
What the heck!
My friends, at times it's worth noting . . . Don't read the fine print.
For others in the series:
Don't read the fine print, Return of Don't Read the fine print, Don't Read The Fine Print -Partie Trois, and More of Don't Read the Fine Print.
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