What does Have Fun at your own risk means??

June 28, 2009 9:59am CST
I got confuse on this phrase can anybody explain what this means?? Is this a good compliment or a warning ???
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@casinocat (284)
• United States
28 Jun 09
The phrase "at your own risk" is always a warning.
• United States
28 Jun 09
Just wanted to add: It basically means that there might be dangers involved (with whatever you are being warned about) and that you must take responsibility for those dangers.
@srganesh (6349)
• India
29 Jun 09
Sure,it is a warning.You should not take others for granted and involve them with your risk without their consent.You can risk your life for fun but don't have the rights to affect others in the due course.So,it is meant to be a warning alone when you are looking for fun without responsibility.Cheers!