Parce que des fois sur des fringues ou du matos on tombe sur des notices marrantes, ça peut valoir le coup de les faire partager.
Moi j'ai un sweat Duffs qui en lieu et place de l'étiquette avec les infos sur le lavage en machine, dit simplement 'when it stinks, wash it'
et là j'ai pécho de la wax Toy Machine et derrière la boîte y a la meilleure notice que j'ai jamais lu, je recopie :
DEAR wax buyer : we at Toy Machine believe that wax is fairly lame. Especially when rollerbladers wax the hell out of our ledges and rails, making them dangerously slick. All of us have been injured by these OVERWAXERS. We offer some guidelines to proper wax usage below :
#1. this wax is for skateboarders.
#2. this wax is to be used when needed, for instance, in situations where without it, you would not be able to do the trick you are trying.
#3. in the case of the above, it should be used sparingly so as not to ruin the spot or attract non-skateboarders.
#4. non-skateboarders (inliners, soap shoers, razor scooterers, etc.) are discouraged from buying this wax.
#5. this wax could be melted and used to make candles.
#6. use on a surfboard would be cool, but perhaps a softer or scented wax would be nicer.
#7. this wax could be used on door-jams in case of a noisy or tight door.
#8. the wax could be whittled into a knife that when melted would not carry fingerprints.
#9. wax is not a solution for fear of speed. in most cases going faster would be preferable than using wax.
#10. drilling holes into the top of the wax (after painting it) would make a nice pencil holder. A great gift !
#11. don't get all huffed up, we are just serious.'