Many years ago, on an aeroplane, I read the instructions on the packet of complementary nuts. They were:
1. Open packet
2. Eat nuts
This product may contain nuts
And I have held that as the most wonderful example of silliness ever since. Even sillier than the famous instructions on a new mop. I genuinely have a copy of this:
Before use soak head in hot water
But today, as it is a day off, I found myself absent-mindedly reading the instructions and warnings on the label of a one litre container of semi-skimmed milk:
Allergy advice; contains milk
As Liz said, the word MILK in large print on the front label was not clue enough. Someone, might be wandering Tescos seeking a one litre container of semi-skimmed milk that does not contain milk. Reading the small print before their purchase they are, once again, foiled. 'Damn, this milk contains milk' they cry. 'Is everyone trying to harm me?'
So, thought for the day. Read the instructions, especially the small print. It guarantees entertainment.