Warning Label

Just me pondering “what if?”

What if I came with a warning label?
Fine print of legalese oversharing about the unwanted side effects that you risk in relating with me.

Like those ED medication commercials that promise a boner in exchange for risking death or worse, violent diarrhea.

“Warning: Common side effects include chronic complaints about work and dirty laundry on the floor. On rare occasions laundry may be washed, but on the wrong settings resulting in shrinkage. Highly unlikely, but possible, side effects include scorched marks from attempted ironing.”

Or perhaps more like road signs:


Or the hazard labels on chemicals:


Or perhaps more like a useful tip that simply says

“Not worth your effort”

Be well,



  1. murisopsis says:

    And that is the dilemma – do the benefits outweigh the risks? In most cases it is an individual decision. When it comes to people all are flawed but for every negative attribute there is something positive… Don’t sell yourself short!

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  2. Kathleen says:

    Corned beef on wry…

    Liked by 1 person

  3. gigglingfattie says:

    I would also like one of these labels lol or maybe just for other people? Haha

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    1. Monty Vern says:

      Haha. I think it’s gotta be universal to work.

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      1. gigglingfattie says:

        LOL okies well then I’ll still take it haha

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  4. Ha ha. I’m not sure what my warning label would read. It could be something like. “Warning…tendency to burst into song with no advance notice.”

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    1. Monty Vern says:

      Haha. That’s a good one to be forewarned about!

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