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General Chat Thread, Selling electrical goods to parents in General; Originally Posted by jinnantonnixx It's just to cover themselves in the case of any cross-contamination in the packing factory. Peanut ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jinnantonnixx View Post
    It's just to cover themselves in the case of any cross-contamination in the packing factory.
    Peanut oil can also be used as a lubricant in food factory machinery, so tiny amounts may be present in just about anything ...
    My cousin has a violent allergy, occasionally we play Russian Roulette with him and a bag of Revels -
    His claim to fame is vomiting on Harrod's front door after having cake which was cut with a contaminated slicer.

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    Lol tumbleweed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    I've even seen packets of nuts in the supermarket with 'May contain nuts' written on them
    I've seen Milk cartons ( not the soya substitute ones ) stating something to the effect of 'May contain milk'

    Well I ruddy hope so as I wanted milk for my tea / coffee / cereal etc etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    I've seen Milk cartons ( not the soya substitute ones ) stating something to the effect of 'May contain milk'

    Well I ruddy hope so as I wanted milk for my tea / coffee / cereal etc etc

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    Exactly! Someone is paid to do this!!!!!!!!!!!

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    from a legal standpoint it must have these warnings to cover themselves from being sued.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nephilim View Post
    from a legal standpoint it must have these warnings to cover themselves from being sued.
    Possibly, but where do you draw the line? I might mis-judge stepping off a pavement and fall over. There are no warnings. We'd literally have streets covered in warning signs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Possibly, but where do you draw the line? I might mis-judge stepping off a pavement and fall over. There are no warnings. We'd literally have streets covered in warning signs!
    'Warning, may conain contents' perhapse

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    @ Little-Miss

    I really thought you meant your parents for a minute there...

    I would be very careful about what I sold mine

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    We have a pupil with a severe allergy to dairy products. By her emergency kit there's a list of foodstuffs that might contain dairy products, including - "non dairy products"

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    Quote Originally Posted by PICNIC View Post
    @ Little-Miss

    I really thought you meant your parents for a minute there...

    I would be very careful about what I sold mine
    Yes, so did I! I was wondering what you might be selling to them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Possibly, but where do you draw the line? I might mis-judge stepping off a pavement and fall over. There are no warnings. We'd literally have streets covered in warning signs!
    Not to mention the stairs at home, a warning sign on each step going up and down. Warning - steep decline ( 8% ), you may fall and hurt yourself.

    Each sign will have spray painted edges that glow in the dark or when light is reflected off of them so when walking in the dark you still see the signs going up or down the stairs :P



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