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Consumer Warnings
« on: Jun 24, 2004, 11:37 »
Bought a new doormat and this is really how it was labelled!

Important things you should know about your doormat
Warning. Do not use mat as a projectile. Acceleration to dangerous speeds may cause injury. When using mat follow directions. Put your right foot in, put your right foot out, put your right foot in and shake it all about. This mat is not designed to sustain a gross weight of more than 2000 pounds. If mat begins to smoke immediately seek shelter and cover head.
Caution. If coffee spills on mat assume that it is very hot. This mat is not intended to be used as a placemat. Small food particles trapped in fibers may attract rats and other vermin. Do not glue to porous surfaces such as pregnant women, pets or heavy machinery. When not in use mat should be kept out of reach of children with CFED (Compulsive Fiber Eating Disorder).
Failure to comply relieves the makers of this doormat – Simply Precious Home Décor and its parent company High Cotton Inc of any and all liability.

This is the REAL label on the back of the mat!
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