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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Man orders wool ‘jumper’ online and only realises epic mistake when it arrives

Dan Sheehan ordered a thick woolly jumper online from a Norwegian website, but soon realised his mistake when it turned up at his door.

If you’ve ever been disappointed by an online order when it arrives at your door, you can rest assured you didn’t get it quite as wrong as Dan Sheehan.

After developing jumper envy looking at Chris Evans’ character in new mystery movie Knives Out (please see above), Dan decided to add a similar woolly sweater to his own wardrobe.

Looking around online, he came across what looked like the ideal knitwear on a foreign website at a very reasonable price and added it to his basket.

It’s only when the package landed on his doorstep that his glaring error was exposed.

 

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