24 Funny Product Instructions

You didn’t really need the instructions anyway. [via boredpanda]



13 responses to 24 Funny Product Instructions

  1. That must have been one snarky Lush employee. I’ve used Lush conditioner and it gives actual instructions. The one with the confusion dosage instructions had a green cross, so I’m guessing it came from a pot shop.

    1. Mercilon is birth control, so that’s pretty doubtful. Green crosses are used to signify a pharmacy in many countries. It’s like seeing a barber’s pole.

      1. Hmm, knowing that its birth control, and not in a little pill pack that they usually come in, maybe the instructions are for emergency contraception use. Depending on the actual pills, you take 4 pills than another 4 pills 12 hours later, although the number varies from brand to brand. A lot of times putting in the instructions requires check boxes and templates, which don’t always translate into regular English normally.

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