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Maybe Canadians tend to be tempted to straighten their eyelashes with it?


I look at this label on my straightening iron all the time, never understood what it meant though. Whatever happened to the good old fashioned, "DO NOT USE IN BATH TUB" warnings for these products.


Wait -not for household use. ??
Where else am I gonna straighten my hair?
Guess I have to go out to the garage.

"Very skinny little pressed sandwiches?"
Finger sammiches. :D


I have this exact label on my straightener. I was hoping for the, "Do not use while sleeping" label instead.

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