Bad Packaging, Cont.

Safe Enough

Really? Safe ENOUGH?! Maybe Dad was right, and I should have gone to law school and continued the family curse.

(Hat tip: seecrit Scissorhead @NamelessCynic on the electrical tweetering device)

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6 Responses to Bad Packaging, Cont.

  1. YellowDog says:

    You’ll put your eye out!

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  2. Nangleator says:

    I wonder what the packaging for Lawn Darts said. “C’mon! Don’t be such a wuss!”

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  3. Mrs Desertrat, picked up a package of elastic hair ties at a dollar store one time…when we red the back we nearly fell over laughing.

    “Yeppy attracts children’s eyes on cute and charming character with peculiar to many different motives and vivid of color”

    yeppy

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  4. Lawn Darts could been packaged as “Exciting” and “Adventurous.” “Wear a helmet” can be in a microscopic font INSIDE the packaging.

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    • I was around for the brief legal existence of Lawn Darts when I was a kid. IN fact one of my neighborhood gang got a set. I believe it said something like ‘dont throw it at each other’.

      It lasted a very short time in his possession because an errant throw put the dart through someones sprinkler system causing an expensive repair and poof the set was confiscated.

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      • tengrain says:

        BDR –

        We had one in my ‘hood, also. I don’t recall an incident, but I do know that having lawyers for parents, we were not allowed to play at that kid’s house, ever. But he really had the best toys.

        Rgds,

        TG

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