Compiled from the website www.dumbwarnings.com by the authors of You May Not Tie An Alligator to a Fire Hydrant is a list of over 100 product-warning labels for the logic impaired. Here are 10 of the most absurd product warnings labels in existence today.1) Black Cat Snake Fireworks: Caution – Flammable. Do not put in mouth.2) Cardinal Kids Deluxe Marbles: Warning-This toy contains marbles.3) Equate Children’s Allergy Elixir: Caution-When using this product, avoid alcoholic drinks and be careful when driving a motor vehicle.4) GE Water Heater: Warning-Hot water increases the risk of scalding.5) Hoover Upright Vacuum Cleaner: Caution-Do not pick up burning, smoking or smoldering debris, including hot ashes.6) Kellogg’s Pop Tarts: Caution-If pastry is overheated, filling/frosting can become hot and cause burns7) Little Ones Baby Lotion: Warning-Keep away from children.8) Mr. Bubbles Body Wash (for Kids of all ages): Caution-Keep out of reach of small children.9) Panasonic Industrial Oven: Caution – Hot. Do not touch hot oven.10) Sunbeam Simple Press Iron: Warning-To prevent risk of burns, keep your hand away from hot surface.Although the authors could not find the title warning, interesting product instructions such as the following were noted.1) Gold Dial Soap: Use as you would ordinary soap.2) Pampers Bibs: Babies may choke when they put things in their mouths.3) Power Steering Fluid: Do not swallow.4) Window Blinds Cord Tag: If young children wrap pull cords around their necks they might strangle.5) Window Screen: Babies cannot fly.This trim volume of actual warnings appearing on real products is an inspired tribute to those lawsuit addicts who dwell among us.