By Anonymous - 10/01/2014 16:12 - United States - Shelbyville
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Didn't he hear the "kids don't try this at home part" lol sorry OP
Yep, #30, I do agree. Warning labels only protect those on the edge of too stupid to live. The truly too-stupid-to-live tend to ignore 'em and do it anyway, and those of us with at least 3 brain cells to our name manage to know already that toasters are hot, electricity and water shouldn't mix, you don't pour hot coffee in your lap while driving, and that boiling water is not a toy.
The lady wasn't driving, and she wasn't even in the driver's seat. She was in her 80s, her grandson was PARKED, and the coffee spilled over her, causing third degree burns down to the BONE on her thighs and crotch. Furthermore, she initially contacted McDonald's to ask them to cover her medical bills (totaling close to $20 grand). They offered her $800. THAT is why she sued. The essence, 33, of what I'm saying, is that if you don't have a damned clue what you're talking about, feel free to shut the fuck up. (This all being a response to 33's mention of the coffee lawsuit in his comment)
Hey #57 you are absolutely right, that hot coffee was too hot.... And it's totally possible for an 8oz cup of water to boil skin and muscle and fat off to the bone..... That totally wasn't bullshit made up to win an American kangaroo court case. But we'll pretend that actually happened, so let's change the mcdonalds reference. Here's one warning label since mcdonalds got sued, eating this fatty shit will make you fat and clog your arteries. Is that "mo betta fo ya?"
I feel your annoyance OP my boyfriend try's stupid shit too and it gets really old really fast.