‘This is peak 2020’: Mother leaves the internet in stitches after finding a VERY awkward mistake in her birthday bunting decoration from Kmart
- An Australian mother has been left frustrated after buying a Kmart decoration
- She purchased the $4.50 Glitter Happy Birthday Bunting for a party at home
- Unfortunately the decor actually read ‘Harpy Dipthbay’ when she put it up
- Thousands of people ‘liked’ the photo of the hilarious sign on Facebook
An Australian woman has left the internet in stitches after purchasing a $4.50 celebration sign from Kmart only to find it had a major spelling mistake.
The mother shared an image of her faulty decoration on Facebook, blaming the discount retailer for spelling ‘Happy Birthday’ incorrectly on her husband’s special day.
‘WTF Kmart?????? Harpy Dipthbay!!!!! WTF?????’ she captioned the photo.
More than 10,000 people on social media ‘liked’ the post, calling the issue ‘peak 2020’ and a fabulous description of birthdays during the coronavirus pandemic.
The mother shared an image of her faulty decoration on Facebook, blaming the discount retailer for spelling ‘Happy Birthday’ incorrectly on her husband’s special day
‘The person who assembled it probably can’t read English and is doing the assembly based off the colours. The letters they swapped around are the same colours. (R and P both yellow, D and B both red),’ said one person.
‘Wonder what the Kmart elves were on when they put that one together?’ said another.
A third added: ‘It looks like someone has been celebrating before the party’.
Some suggested that it was an easy fix and she could just pull all of the letters off the string and start from scratch.
But others said leaving it misspelt would be far funnier in photos and she should take advantage of the mistake.
On the Kmart website the Glitter Happy Birthday Bunting product is said to contain 13 pieces and has ‘Happy Birthday spelled out’.
There are three reviews giving the three-metre decoration five stars out of five.
FEMAIL has contacted Kmart for further comment.
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