…usually looks a bit different, less construction site-ish, don’t you think?
It’s no news that warnings are often exaggerated especially in the USA – but these three together in one block on one article page on Amazon.com?
Of course you could turn to logic and argue that a toy that is a small ball also contains a small ball (as only content), and a small ball is a small part, too. Unfortunately, this isn’t for a ball at all, but for the “Pirates of the Caribbean” Lego set 4192 Fountain of Youth which, while containing small parts, doesn’t contain a ball at all – unlike some other sets…
(On some other sets, there’s just the “small parts” line, on this one fittingly also the ball, on others, however, all three again.)
Hide a Smart behind a large vehicle, ideally a van with blackened windows:
(No, it wasn’t me!)
What’s more surprising – Amazon.com apparently offering personal lubricants in the grocery department, or believing someone looking around there might be interested in (multi-packs of) lubricants? I mean, sure, there are, erm, suitably shaped groceries1, but … … …
Admittedly, the top category is “Grocery, Health and Beauty” and the subcategory “Health & Personal Care”, yet it’s an interesting combination Amazon might want to correct a bit.
(Why they’re offering this to me? Must be due to some Amazon joke with “customers who bought this also bought that”. Believe it or not…)
- reportedly not really suitable for that use, though, so don’t try this at home… [↩]