#28: Please Do Not Smell
We have so many questions about this silicon rubber policy. It’s so strangely specific, we can’t help but think someone messed up very, very badly when they bought this product. The warning label starts off normally enough, but then it gets weird. The fact that it emits a silicon “flavor” instead of a smell is concerning.
The warning label encourages people not to smell it, but how do you smell a flavor? We’re glad to hear that the rubber flavor is harmless to the human body. But what happens if someone puts it in their mouth instead of smelling it? This weird word choice gives people more off-the-wall ideas, which we don’t like.