‘That is how they arrive?’
TikTok is intrigued by a woman who shared her very unusual online shopping mistake.
When shopping online, there is always the possibility that the clothes don’t fit or don’t look exactly the same as online. However, TikTok user Emareeeeeeeeeeeeeee passing Em was completely surprised by her friend’s recent delivery.
Em shared the discovery in a video in which her friend was lying next to part of the green pants.
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“She ordered jeans online after seeing an ad,” Em wrote in the clip.
The jeans are incredibly long – the pant legs are longer than the body of the boyfriend. These pants are clearly not intended for human use: it’s a wonder that every company that made them has even been able to sell them.
Later in the video, Em’s boyfriend tried on the jeans – to really demonstrate the discrepancy.
“Oh,” responded Em.
The clip has since generated over 1.8 million views and many baffled reactions. Users were looking at the comments to imagine embarrassing scenarios with the pants – like getting dressed in a public locker room – and of course, joking about online shopping.
“Waist 28, length 350,” joked one user.
“I’m sobbing,” added another. “So are they coming?”
“I think they’re just a little bit too long,” joked another.
One commenter claimed to find the website the jeans came from, adding that they cost $ 633.97 from a brand called Hell on Hood.
“These jeans are said to be inhumanly long,” wrote another commentator about the brand.
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