For real. You should not let your toddler drive. Especially, according to this packaging, if he or she is under the influence of cold/allergy medicine.
Here is the picture to prove that these warnings are, indeed, on a children’s medicine box.
I have no idea what those smudges are. I couldn’t get rid of them while I was taking the picture. Probably ghost orbs or something.
Anyway, here are the warnings:
I like the warning about not using it to make your kid sleepy. Yeah, because anyone who would drug a kid to make him or her sleepy is really going to read a warning label. And Moby Dick’s a seal.
It was tough, but we managed to keep Shelby from drinking and operating the backhoe while she was on the stuff. She was pretty perturbed though when we told her she wouldn’t be able to use the tower crane for a few days.
By the way, she had Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease (not to be confused with Hoof and Mouth Disease). It’s a miserable virus and I wouldn’t wish it on an enemy. But she’s pretty much all better now.
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