Company almost forgets to cover product with incredibly hard to remove stickers

A COMPANY’S production line was halted yesterday after one of its products almost failed to be covered in pointless, annoying stickers.

KitchenStuff, a manufacturer of small domestic appliances, has called in auditors to investigate why a toaster was within minutes of leaving the factory in a less than infuriating condition.

Managing director Martin Bishop said: “We make the stickers on site using the cheapest paper in the world and an insanely strong glue made from our own secret recipe.

“This sticker reminds people that the toaster needs to be plugged in; this one says ‘made in Doncaster with pride’ even though it’s not true; and this one is a random series of eight letters and numbers finished off with an exclamation mark and a question mark.

“Meanwhile, this one appears to be blank, but if you look at it under a microscope it says ‘you are an arse’ in very tiny beige letters.”

He added: “The thought of you trying to remove the stubborn remnants with a washing up sponge and some warm, soapy water makes us laugh like psychopaths.”