- A woman who ordered wireless headphones online had to warn others to be careful when ordering headphone cases.
- She had mistakenly thought that the message for the engraving was instructions to be given to the delivery person.
- Now she is the proud owner of a headphones case that reads “Leave in back garden if I am not there.”
A woman who ordered wireless headphones online had to warn others to be careful when having their headphone cases engraved after a terrible and hilarious mistake.
Rosa Falcini shared the photo of her error on Twitter on April 18.
She shared, “I thought the personalised [sic] message was for the driver not the pods. Oops.”
I thought the personalised message was for the driver not the pods ???? oops pic.twitter.com/VFjkWD45wx— Rosa Falcini (@rosa_falcini) April 18, 2020
She had intended to leave a message as an instruction for the delivery person in case she was not home, but it ended up being the engraved personalization on her pink case.
So now she’s the proud owner of a headphones case that reads “Leave in back garden if I am not there.”
Rosa’s tweet has since received more than 362,000 likes — although many users refuse to believe it.
One Twitter user pointed out that the message is “not aligned correctly,” so it must have been photoshopped.
But Rosa responded with another photo of the case, this time from a different angle. She wrote, “It’s not [photoshopped] I’m genuinely just dumb.”
But another user validated Rosa’s mistake when they shared their daughter’s similar blunder. This case read “Leave in the shed if I’m not in.”
My daughters….. pic.twitter.com/3PhYVM7IsG— Sarah Newman-Holden (@flaparama) April 19, 2020
That’s hilarious! Rosa was not the only one!
She responded, “I love how she has made the same mistake!”
It must have been really confusing if Rosa isn’t the only one to mistakenly suppose that the message for the engraving was meant to be instructions for the delivery person.
Anyway, the important thing is the headphones, so there’s that. And we could all benefit from some laughter.
Source: Yahoo! News