2012 Wacky Warning Labels Contest Finalists!

The finalists have been selected – and they're crazier than ever!  The 15th annual Wacky Warning Labels™ Contest, which reaches tens of millions of Americans each year, entertains and alarms the nation about the lawsuit-happy culture and the lengths to which companies must go to avoid lawsuits. 

The three national winners will be chosen in mid-June and the people who nominated the winning labels will receive cash prizes.  Let us know your favorites in our flash poll – vote below!  Just click on the email link and hit "send" and your choice will be sent off to Bob Dorigo Jones, CFA Senior Fellow and contest creator. 




Read Bob's May 29, 2012 Op-Ed in the Washington Examiner




A 7-inch Decorative Globe warns:

"These globes should not be referred

to for navigation."


Sent in by Kelly Watson

Winona, TX 


Kids Neck Pillow warns:

"Keep product away from infants

and children."


Sent in by Noelle McDonald

San Jose, CA


Instructions With an

Electric Skillet Warn:

"Caution: griddle surface may be hot

during and after cooking."


Sent in by Jason Ellis

Milford, MI


Label on Electric Razor Warns:

"Never use while sleeping."


Sent in by Dave Woehrer

Milwaukee, WI


"Laptop Steering Wheel Desk"


"Never use this product while driving."


Sent in by Anne Readett

Okemos, MI





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Be a WWL Spotter and Win $1,000!

Tell us about the Wacky Warning Labels you spot and if your nominee is chosen the winner by John Stossel's live television audience on Fox Business in July, you'll win $1,000!

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  Label sent to us by an alert WWL spotter who found this on towels now being sold by White Company, a retail company in England, known for selling quality linens and household products.

More on the Contest Rules




Bob’s weekly radio program, “Let’s Be Fair!,” is broadcast by 600 radio stations across America.  In its fifth year of reaching tens of millions of listeners, “Let’s Be Fair!” presents important stories about the impact of crazy lawsuits and a litigation-happy culture on our communities and families.


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