The Warning Label Book : Warning: Reading This Book May Cause Spontaneous, Uncontrollable Laughter.
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The Warning Label Book : Warning: Reading This Book May Cause Spontaneous, Uncontrollable Laughter.

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Warnings-they're everywhere.

On toys. On hair dryers. On compact discs. On take-out coffee cups. Almost everything for sale today comes with a warning. Why? Now, most people have enough common sense not to take a bath with an electric blender, but thanks to a few morons out there who sued big companies and won huge settlements, products now come with warnings that treat con...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published October 15th 1998 by St. Martin's Griffin
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Simon
Just the same, really basic knowledge that we humans need to really have already known and got a better concept of things. I at first thought this was going to be good because of the way it was set up and laid out, a real feast for the eyes, but I found it boring and lacking in the humor department as this book so blatantly claimed on it's decked out hot pink cover.

I guess now I know why my town library doesn't have any books by Joey Green...because they are not that good.
Runa
Apr 04, 2007 Runa rated it 5 of 5 stars Recommends it for: funny people
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This is a truly hilarious book about different [utterly ridiculous] warning labels found on various products. Guaranteed to have you laughing insanely. Includes some amazing fake "caution labels" for some great pranks ;)
Jeff
This one is sort of on the same level as Here's your sign. I thought it was hilarious. Even has funny/stupid labels included.
Kharm
Dec 22, 2008 Kharm rated it 5 of 5 stars
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This is another hilarious book. Real warning labels, real stupidity.
Aymee
A fun little book good for a quick laugh.
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Joey Green, a former contributing editor to National Lampoon and a former advertising copywriter at J. Walter Thompson, is the author of more than fifty (yes, fifty) books, including Contrary to Popular Belief, Clean It! Fix It! Eat It!, the best-selling Joey Green's Magic Brands series, The Mad Scientist Handbook series, The Zen of Oz, and You Know You've Reached Middle Age If...—to name just a f...more
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