Apparently there's a Californian law that requires companies to warn consumers if their product contains even the slightest amount of cancer-causing chemicals. I know this is a safety precaution, but there's something very unnerving about receiving an item that may or may not have toxic chemicals somewhere in it. I've never seen a label like this before, so it caught me off-guard. My initial reaction was to hold my bag at the very edges to prevent touching it too much (yeah, like that's gonna prevent cancer from smudging all over me). I kind of accept that pretty much everything nowadays is said to give you cancer. Heck, there's even a risk just by stepping outside (hello, UV rays). So unless there's a super eminent risk, I'd prefer if my bags didn't come with cancer warnings. I prefer living in a bubble of denial more than living in a bubble of paranoia.