Warning labels are everywhere, often for legal reasons, and ironically because there are a plethora of them, many of us scan past them or completely disregard them altogether.
Many warning labels refer to potential harms that are statistically very unlikely, but still possible, so it makes sense to not dwell on them. But others are incredibly relevant when it comes to the use or consumption of a product (or food), but we're so overstimulated all the time we look right past them.
If you've ever wondered which warning labels other people ignore the most, you may find some answers in a popular Reddit thread where people dug into the topic.
"Do not insert inside the ear canal."
In my case would be like "warning, do not wash/Gentle cycle/Hand wash..." and other shirts labels because I hate the feeling of that square thingy on my neck and first thing I do when I buy a shirt is ripping it off.