I like the fact that in most parts of Europe, if you fall off things or get in the way of very large rapidly moving objects, Darwinism removes you from the equation and the gene pool is made slightly smarter by your absence.
Not so, of course, in England, where we all have to be treated as if we’re two years old. So these signs have sprung up where I live. What is the device that requires I operate ‘extreme caution’ when using? A threshing machine? A circular saw with no guard on it? Why no, it’s a door. It opens. It shuts. Potentially lethal, obviously. And the sign has appeared on all doors in our public areas.
Perhaps there will now be signs on everything. On oranges; ‘Please exercise extreme caution when peeling this fruit as juice may blind you.’ Or on civil servants, perhaps; ‘Please exercise extreme caution when listening to anything this person says, for they are idiots.’