The Warning Signs Are Warning Signs!

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


Strange as it may seem Warning Signs are warning signs that society is in BIG trouble. They indicate that we have regressed to the level where we are allowing the stupidest people in society to dictate how the rest of us behave.

I disagree in the strongest possible terms with this trend. It is unnecessary and it is irritating for anyone with an IQ above 40.

If some dumb ass who knows they are allergic to nuts, buys a bag of nuts, then let them suffer the consequences of their stupidity if they eat them. Or if someone is in McDonalds or a similar establishment and buys a cup of hot coffee they should have the wit to realize that hot coffees is ‘hot’ and will burn them if they pour it all over themselves.

Harsh? Perhaps, but necessary.

Sadly the whole thing has deteriorated so far that, not only are there unnecessary warning labels on almost everything, but the morons for whom they are there now actually seem to be writing them too!

I could rant on, but better (and funnier) to show you some examples that make me shake my head in despair.


“Do not use if you cannot

see clearly to read the information

in the information booklet.”

— In the information booklet.

information booklet




The contents of this bottle

should not be fed to fish.”

— On a bottle of shampoo for dogs.

The contents of this bottle should not be fed to fish



“For external use only!”

— On a curling iron.


“Warning: This product can burn eyes.”

— Also on a curling iron.

curling iron



“Do not use in shower.”

— On a hair dryer.


“Do not use while sleeping.”

— Also on a hair dryer.

hair dryer



“Do not use while sleeping or unconscious.”

— On a hand-held massaging device.

massaging device



“Recycled flush water unsafe for drinking.”

— On a toilet at a public sports facility

in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Recycled flush water unsafe for drinking



“Shin pads cannot protect any part

of the body they do not cover.”

— On a pair of shin guards made for bicyclists.

Shin pads



“This product not intended

for use as a dental drill.”

— On an electric rotary tool.

electric rotary tool




Do not spray in eyes.”

— On a container of underarm deodorant.

underarm deodorant



“Do not drive with sunshield in place.”

— On a cardboard sunshield that keeps

the sun off the dashboard.

cardboard sunshield that keeps the sun off the dashboard




Questions That Should Never Have Been Asked

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


I have been featuring a lot of questions that no one asked but that needed asking.

Stupid people, however, tend to get worried about things that don’t matter and ask questions that don’t need to be asked. They are obviously important to them, but not to anyone else.

Here are some stupid questions asked by stupid people about stupid things.

Do yourself a favor and just read these and (hopefully) have a laugh. Do not try to figure out why they were asked or what they mean. If you get too far inside the mind of a moron you may never make it back out again!



Does anyone know the brand of soap Deer don’t like that I can put around my garden to keep them out?



What mother sauce does Alfredo come from?

Alfredo Sauce


Is there any relation between cool music and rain?



What is the opposite of science?

scientists chalk cheese


What are the three essential parts of a crisis?

3 essential parts of a crisis


If someone you loved turned into a zombie, would you be able to put them out of their misery?



What determines the life span of animals?



Which kind of cheating is the worst?

monica and bill


Why are so many more people allergic to cats than to dogs?



Would you eat steak made from human excrement?



How long does a mature worm live?

cartoon worm



They Say If You Don’t Know Something You Should Ask – Well……

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”

Some more questions about those mysteries of life that most of us just seem to accept. It’s a good job that not everyone is so mild mannered.



Why do they call it the ‘Department of Interior’ when they are in charge of everything outdoors?

US Dept Of The Interior Seal.

Why does Jello have a smell when you add the powder in the water, but when it ‘gels’ the smell is gone?


Why are dogs noses always wet?

dog nose.

If a bee is allergic to pollen would it get the hives?


Why do people say ‘heads up’ when what you should really do is duck?


Why is it okay for dudes to slap other dudes’ asses in football, but not in any other situation?


If one man says, ‘it was an uphill battle’, and another says, ‘it went downhill from there’, how could they both be having troubles?

uphill battle  -  all downhill from here
uphill battle – all downhill from here


Why is it that no matter what color bubble bath you use the bubbles are always white?


If you get cheated by the Better Business Bureau, who do you complain to?

Better Business Bureau logo.

If you blew a bubble in space would it pop?


How come all of the planets are spherical?

square planet.

How did the first women ever to shave their legs know that the skin wouldn’t just peel right off?

first women to shave their legs.

When a pregnant lady has twins, are there one or two umbilical cords?


Why doesn’t Winnie the Pooh ever get stung by the bees he messes with?

Winnie the Pooh.

Why do they put holes in crackers?


Can you still say ‘Put it where the sun don’t shine’ on a nude beach?

nudist beach.

What do people in China call their good plates?


How come toy hippos are always blue, or purple, when real hippos are brown?

purple hippo.

If an escalator breaks down, does it become stairs?

broken escalator.

Why did they call him Donkey Kong if he is not a donkey?

donkey kong



Another Twenty Questions For Tuesday

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


You may discover the true meaning of life in today’s post (naw, okay, you probably won’t). Nevertheless here is a selection of questions that needed asking but that no one ever asks – until now, that is.




Why do people say ‘the sky is the limit’ when there are footprints on the moon?


If a lawyer says to the judge “I’m Lying”, is he telling the truth?


Why do we call it ‘after dark’ when it’s really ‘after light’?


Why isn’t the number 11 pronounced ‘onety-one’?


What if the Hokey Pokey REALLY IS what it’s all about?


Why is there only 12 hours on a clock?


If you have sex with a prostitute against her will, is it considered rape or shoplifting?


How long is a piece of string?


Can animals commit suicide?


Why does the Easter bunny carry eggs? Rabbits don’t lay eggs!


Did London Bridge ever fall down?


Is it possible to be allergic to water?


Why do super-heroes wear their underwear on the outside of their clothes?


Why are women and men’s shoe sizes different?


What was the best thing BEFORE sliced bread?


How do you make seven even?


Why do they call it a ‘Television Set’ when there’s only one?


How fast do you need to cook for it to be considered ‘Fast Food’?


Where does the ‘o’ come from when we abbreviate the word ‘number’?


Why do they imply the ‘birds and the bees’ get up to something together?