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What if you could warn the world about your most inconvenient quirks and habits? My personal warning label would say, "Warning: must feed often to avoid crankiness."

People opened up and made jokes about themselves, when Redditor u/Pussystinger asked, "If people came with warning labels, what would yours say?"

10. Who doesn't relate to this?

"Warning: emotionally fragile, cannot argue without crying, introverted ball of anxiety and stress."

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9. They don't do well at bars

"Do not mix with alcohol"

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8. Getting a little emo with this one

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"Don't open. Dead inside."

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7. Incompatible with flattery

"Unable to accept compliments"

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6. Huge risk of blowing up

"Contents Under Pressure"

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5. I suddenly have to yawn

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"May cause drowsiness."

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4.  Your jokes are funny to somebody out there

"Warning: makes jokes that aren't funny, but laughs at them anyways."

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3. Everyone has a "therapist" friend

"Warning: Not a therapist. Treating this product as such will NOT help any psychological problems."

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2. Lactose intolerance is a pain in the butt

"Warning: do not feed dairy products"

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1. Short, sweet, and says it all

"Warning: Don't"

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