• And they get sued into oblivion by the estate of the first user who unsuccessfully attempts to use the mat as a personal flotation device.

  • but does it contain nuts?

  • Is its use as a “Welcome Mat” a foreseeable misuse?

  • “Do not taunt mat.”

    Ok, that now replaces my previous favorite product warning, which was “Warning: Do Not Eat. Not A Food item”…

    …on the plastic shoe stays in a pair of loafers I bought back in the ’90s.

  • Stolen from Saturday Night Live’s “Happy Fun Ball”.

  • […] Doormat warning […]

  • Dan: Seems more like they’ll get sued by the first person who tears a ligament while shaking it all about. đŸ™‚

  • […] click for larger versionVia our friends on the outstanding legal blog “Overlawyered” comes this “warning label” found on the back of doormats from the company High […]

  • I have one of their mats. We all had a good laugh at that label.

  • […] traffic over the past year: Dressing psychiatrists as wizards on the witness stand [January] Doormat warning [December] Long-necked beer bottle maker not liable for barroom assault [August] […]

  • […] LOVE. Wish I had written these warnings, including, “Do not taunt mat.” Check it out here! – […]

  • It is funny, but also sad. I love this site.

  • […] Not Taunt Mat WARNING: “Do not taunt mat”. From one of the funniest warning labels I’ve seen. by Zev Friedman Posted on January 8, […]