The attached picture is found under the illustration on the outside of a box for a small refrigerator. If you can’t read the print, click on the picture and it will enlarge.
I am not going to say that this is senseless. I’m sure that there was a good reason for putting the warning there. But like this previous post, for the life of me I can’t figure out what ELSE a picture would be used for besides illustration. Anyone got any theories?
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At first I thought it could mean that you should not expect to eat any of the food on the shelves — but then, there is no food on the shelves.So maybe it means buyer/owner is only to refer to it to make sure his fridge interior looks exactly the same; also that he not allow his children to use markers, crayons, paint… to color in the spaces. Or especially not to draw pictures of food on the shelves. That's my best guess. But will add: I'm always amused by recipes for dips/spreads that include chips/crackers in the ingredients list and then the instructions say, "mix everything together except chips/crackers…" :-)–ae
One day, bloggers will rule the world & will have the ability to control all illustrations on boxes. I'm surprised this box didn't include a disclaimer "not for human consumption."
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