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Serious physical injury or property losing.

Published Saturday, June 01, 2013 @ 10:45 AM EDT
Jun 01 2013

Nerd outfitter extraordinaire ThinkGeek is unsurpassed when it comes to clever advertising and customer communications:

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Which makes me wonder if the instructions for their R/C Quadcopter is the just the manufacturer's twisted Chinese to English translation, or a literary parody unequalled in the annals of mail-order retail sales:

No habla gibberish

Wouldn't it be wonderful if the Chinese instructions were badly translated from English?

All kidding aside, you have to marvel that technology has progressed to the point where you can buy a four-channel, radio controlled flying device with an integrated, microprocessor-controlled six-axis electronic gyroscope for under $25.

But I still don't have my jetpack.

Categories: ThinkGeek, Inc., WTF?

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