Anyone who has bought any type of product in the last 10 years has probably noticed stupid warning labels in the instructions warning against nonsense things that are either common sense or something that no one would ever do, for example "product is hot" on a cup of coffee, or "do not drink" on a bottle of toxic chemicals. What types of silly warnings such as these would you include on a set of theoretical instructions for a violin? These can either be theoretical or based on a past event, the best of course being something that either you or your students have done in the past that in retrospect was really stupid or when common sense should have kicked in.
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