Do you read from cover to cover, or just throw them out and try to figure out your new gadget on your own threw trial and error?
What are directions:) I usually try to figure things out and when I cannot I come to the forums...
I always read directions. How else are you suppose to learn how to use the item?
And, for the ladies....check out my other forum?
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Check it out and see if you want to take part?
i get yelled at for suggesting directions. then he goes to work and i get it done.
Read them only if I think I need them, which is probably most of the time.
Most of my new toys I feel are pretty self explanatory. I recycle the directions and if I live to regret it...Oops!
Every once in a while it can be kinda fun to read the directions that go to the things most of us have pretty much figured out how to use, and have been using for quite some time.
Reading warning labels are funny! You can get some pretty twisted images in your mind from reading warning labels.
kidding.....on a chainsaw...do not stop moving parts with genetalia....
on a blowdryer....do not use while in shower....
"Allow to cool before applying to groin area."
Can anyone guess where that warning label came from?
Do not take if you are allergic to zantac.
Do not use for personal hygiene.
Do not use as an ice cream topping
So many more...
http://www.appliancesandkitchen.com/bui … n-products
Hard to believe that some of these need to exist at all.
"Manly" Men...don't need no stinkin' directions to figure stuff out...until you get to that last piece that's left over...and you can't figure out what it is suppossed to do...!
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