“What I ordered and what she received.”
“My buddy ordered this pillow for his daughter.”
“The large movie theater-sized box of m&m’s just has a regular, normal sized bag inside. And it cost $4.75.”
Was this an honest mistake, or did the seller hope that nobody would see the difference?
“Bought this hat for a full-sized human...”
“My wife bought me Cookie Monster pajamas for Christmas.”
“The shirt I ordered for a Game of Thrones event and the shirt I actually got.”
Always check the dimensions when ordering online.
When you pay for a blanket and you get this:
Check the size twice when you shop online.
“Ordered a headrest on Amazon, and got a poster of a headrest.”
This Pakistani dress has a Shutterstock watermark on it.
“Just bought this Polo T-shirt but when I got home I realized the man was carrying the horse instead.”
“My uncle ordered this barbecue for $50 on Amazon.”
This is not a rug.
“My coworker ordered a mirror from eBay and this is what she got.”
“Ordered 50 lighters from Amazon, and got 50 matchbooks.”
“They looked good on the internet until I got my delivery.”
“I think I deserve an explanation. What I ordered doesn’t look like what I got.”
“Note to self...check the dimensions of EVERYTHING before ordering on Amazon.”