Aug 01, 2020
Mum’s online shopping blunder sees her order kid’s bag in Next sale that’s so small it can only carry ONE crisp packet
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Louise Suntah shared the hilarious news on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains.2She was delighted when she got it cheaply
She told how she was delighted to pick up the bargain hot pink bag from Next.
She thought her girl could use it for school
But when it arrived it was the size of a packet of crisps.
She said: I ordered a bag from the Next sale. I thought my daughter could use it for school . It just arrived.2The mum revealed just how big the bag was
"Edit* (crisps for size comparison}."
Other people cracked up and shared similar mishaps.
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