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Hilarious Bunnings parody video advertises a new line of products designed for ‘Karens’

Hilarious Bunnings parody video advertises a new line of products designed for ‘Karens’ including face masks, tin foil hats and the 1948 Human Rights Charter

  • Two parodies of Bunnings advertisements have gone viral that insult ‘Karens’
  • Both of the videos list a ‘new’ line of Bunnings products designed for Karens
  • These include face masks, tinfoil hats, and the 1948 Human Rights Charter 

Two parodies of Bunnings advertisements which make fun of ‘Karens’ who refuse to wear face masks in public have gone viral. 

Both of the videos list a ‘new’ line of Bunnings products designed for Karens such as face masks, tinfoil hats, and the 1948 Human Rights Charter.  

The footage was inspired by Elizabeth ‘Lizzy’ Rose who breached Bunnings policy by refusing to wear a mask and filmed herself berating workers at a Melbourne store and threatening to sue the hardware chain over the rule.

One of the videos was uploaded to TikTok by user Zach Mander (pictured) who dressed up a staff members and labelled his parody as ‘the new Bunnings ad’

He listed new 'products' that include the 'Karen Kit' that is a face mask which can only be purchased by asking for a manager

There was also a 'Pandemics for Dummies' book and a tinfoil hat for those 'who still think the government is out to get you'

He listed new ‘products’ that include the ‘Karen Kit’ that is a face mask which can only be purchased by asking for a manager, a book called ‘Pandemics for Dummies’ and a tinfoil hat for those ‘who still think the government is out to get you’

One of the videos was uploaded to TikTok by user Zach Mander who dressed up a staff members and labelled his parody as ‘the new Bunnings ad.’ 

‘People are always coming into Bunnings looking for supplies, or advice, or wanting to start a debate about what constitutes a human rights violation,’ Mr Mander said in the video.

‘That’s why we’ve introduced these brand new products.’

The new ‘products’ include the ‘Karen Kit’ that is a face mask which can only be purchased by asking for a manager, a book called ‘Pandemics for Dummies’ and a tinfoil hat for those ‘who still think the government is out to get you.’

Mr Mander, who is seen wearing a face mask, reminds viewers ‘if you find a tinfoil hat for a lower price, we’ll beat it by 10 per cent.’ 

The second video uses an actual Bunnings advertisement but replaces the product section with more products designed to make fun of Karens alongside a snarky voiceover

The second video uses an actual Bunnings advertisement but replaces the product section with more products designed to make fun of Karens alongside a snarky voiceover

Both of the videos garnered thousands of views and many commenters enjoyed watching Karens being humiliated

Both of the videos garnered thousands of views and many commenters enjoyed watching Karens being humiliated

'That's what I love about Australian humour, we can still laugh in the face of adversity,' one person said

‘That’s what I love about Australian humour, we can still laugh in the face of adversity,’ one person said

The second video uses an actual Bunnings advertisement but replaces the product section with more products designed to make fun of Karens alongside a snarky voiceover. 

‘A 10 pack of face masks that may save a life for only $10,’ the voiceover said. 

‘Tolerant customer service staff that put up with your bulls*** for $0.’

‘The 1948 Human Rights Charter, superseded by ”Being A Decent Human.’ 

Both of the videos garnered thousands of views and many commenters enjoyed watching Karens being humiliated.   

One commenter said: ‘That’s awesome and great deals on tin foil hats. Can’t beat Bunnings.’

‘That’s what I love about Australian humour, we can still laugh in the face of adversity,’ another said.

Another commenter said: ‘Take that Bunnings Karen.’  

One commenter said: 'That's awesome and great deals on tin foil hats. Can't beat Bunnings'

 One commenter said: ‘That’s awesome and great deals on tin foil hats. Can’t beat Bunnings’

These videos were inspired by Elizabeth 'Lizzy' Rose (pictured) who breached Bunnings policy by refusing to wear a mask and filmed herself berating workers at a Melbourne store and threatening to sue the hardware chain over the rule

These videos were inspired by Elizabeth ‘Lizzy’ Rose (pictured) who breached Bunnings policy by refusing to wear a mask and filmed herself berating workers at a Melbourne store and threatening to sue the hardware chain over the rule

Ms Nash accused staff at the Narre Warren store of abusing her human rights by politely asking her to wear a mask, and was briefly arrested after clashing with police outside.

Ms Nash was later released by officers after revealing she had a medical exemption, which she had initially chosen not to present to staff.

All employees in the Victorian stores have been required to wear a mask since July 18.  

Customers in the Melbourne and Mitchell Shire stores are required to wear face masks as well upon entry, in line with the direction of the government.   

Victoria as recorded 9,049 total cases of coronavirus and 384 new cases. 

Six more Victorians died overnight to Monday, including five residents in aged care and a man in his 50s.

Some 245 Victorians are in hospital with 44 in intensive care.

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