Whilst I was at the supermarket stocking up on ready meals, I went to their stationary section to get some pads of paper, and also ended up getting a Sainsbury's own brand "premium" fountain pen for £1.99 (on special offer).
Now, pens are dangerous things, so as you'd expect there was a health warning on the box. What do you think it said?
After all, pens have a pointed bit on the end, and you could poke yourself or someone else in a sensitive place:
And they say that the pen is mighter than the sword. And swords are a health and safety nightmare.
In the wrong hands, a pen can be used to sign someone's death warrant. Or start a war.
However, the sole warning on this packet was something that had never occurred to me:
At least now I know what not to do.