We think that most people have tried ordering something online at least once. And almost every purchase like that is a lottery: will they send exactly what they promised instead of tiny boots or a bear with a scary jaw? But even in the offline world, there are differences between expectations and reality. For example, the promisse of a church view through a window.
Bright Side has found photos of really bad buys that left the new owners with a lot of questions.
Winnie the Pooh face mask
© Market_Brand / reddit
Protein bar seems a little lacking.
© 1764 / reddit
Who needs anything besides the letter “L”?
© l3monsta / reddit
Who could possibly read this?
© sampreviteee / twitter
“I’m never ordering online again…”
© leahevans248 / twitter
“Tried to surprise my mom for Mother’s Day. Put this in the special requirements and they printed it on the box!”
© NicoleDaviess_ / twitter
Includes a “private balcony.” It’s just a view of the wall of the next building.
© Jagokoz / reddit
When working with flowers is not something you should do in life:
© H2Oreo /reddit
“My sister ordered boots online for her Halloween costume and this is what came in the mail…”
© Sallamandersal / twitter
“I mean expectations for these are never high, but… oh man.”
© moodibun / reddit
The description said, “Views of the main church from the bedroom window.” Technically it was not a lie.
© Airazz 7 / reddit
This guy could star in “Jaws.”
© dilsoso / reddit
Airport food can surprise you, and not just with the prices.
© yourlocalheidi / reddit
“When it seems too good to be true… It usually is.”
© Franzi-Lanzi / reddit
“Yep. Definitely the advertised product.”
© ScrewSnow / reddit
Always ask about the size of things you order.
© BrianAshe1 / twitter
The packaging looked so promising!
© intacto88 / pikabu
“Are you sure you’re a barber?”
© krasnayaopasnaya / pikabu
Have you ever received something that was totally different from what you ordered? Tell us in the comment section below!