Lots of things have unnecessary warning labels. Bottles of shampoo warn that it's for "external use only," in case you're smart enough to know what "external use" means, and dumb enough to think that Pert Plus cleans hair from inside your stomach.
But what if the things we really need to be warned about came with labels? We asked you to fire up photoshop and show us what that world might look like. The winner is below, but first, the runners up.
by Susan H.
And the winner is ...
Congrats, CantCatchMe. You win money.
- Hilariously Inaccurate Movies Based on Recent History
- How Internet Ads Are About to Get Even Worse
- Macro Contest: Ridiculous Things Schools Do/Have Done
- Macro Contest: Famous Stereotypes That are Statistically Bullshit
- GIF Contest: Once You See It, You Can't Unsee It New
You pick the famous person, be it a politician or historical figure or celebrity. If you are unfamiliar with the concept of making a flowchart for comedy purposes, see the results of the previous contest we did on the subject. Pick any prominent person and do a flowchart of a day in their life.
If you'd like to see the entries from this week that didn't make it, see them here. Or check out 25 Awesome Ways to Break Bad News. And for pictures too strange to make up, but not too strange to make fun of, check out The Daily Craption Contest.
Got an idea for a future Cracked photoshop contest? Let us know.