10-24-2013, 01:12 PM
Kind of a pathetic story but recently I received a MUHLE LISCIO Ash R140 razor I bought direct from Muhle in Germany...opened up the package and found a users manual....basically letting me know razor blades can be sharp and care must be used in every aspect of shaving...opening the blade pack,loading the blade,screwing the razor together and both in shaving and cleaning of the razor...how a blades sharp edge can cut you and how not to use the razor if the post breaks off.....pretty much warned me of every problem which could occur if I wasn,t carefull...never shave while intoxicated or distracted....talk about covering your ass....just never realized a razor blade could be sharp ...the razor is great by the way but the instructions are a riot...worth buying just for the laugh....so NOOKERS...BE carefull....!!!!!!!!
10-24-2013, 02:53 PM
It is really long and I don,t know how to do that...but take my word for it they covered every possible issue from A to Z...I could have even hurt myself opening the box...but I,m an experienced box opener and have years of training so I was able to do that (with an emergency medical team standing by)as is my normal method of shaving...I try to shave only at the Hospital Trauma center with Dr. OZ and Dr. Phil standing at the ready...as well I am totally covered with bandaids and neosporin....perhaps we should all just grow beards like the Duck Call guys
10-24-2013, 07:01 PM
Not unlike signs I have seen in some of the Utah State run liquor stores: "Warning: Consuming products sold in this store could be hazardous to your health". Welcome to Utah, set your calendar back 100 years! But I still love the darn state!
10-25-2013, 07:12 PM
There are a lot of whacky warnings out there, such the bluetooth Jabra Drive 'N' Talk speakerphone that has a label warning: "Never operate your speakerphone while driving" and the Nytol sleeping pills that carry the warning: "May cause drowsiness." One of may favourites recently was on a child's Razor Scooter that warns: "This product moves when used."
10-26-2013, 12:52 PM
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