Amused mother finds an X-rated item in her Easter decoration from Kmart – leaving thousands in stitches
- An amused mother discovers an X-rated item in her Kmart Easter decoration
- The Australian woman had purchased a bag of shredded paper for $1
- But upon closer inspection, she spotted a phallic-shaped cut-out
An amused mother has left thousands in stitches after sharing a picture of her Easter decoration showing an X-rated item.
The Australian woman had purchased a seemingly normal bag of mustard-coloured shredded paper from the party aisle at Kmart for just $1, which is typically used to stuff Easter egg baskets.
But upon closer inspection, she spotted a phallic-shaped cut-out.
‘Thanks Kmart for the free extra in my shredded paper. This is perfect for my child’s Easter hat parade,’ she joked in a Facebook group.
An amused mum discovered an X-rated item in her Easter decoration. She purchased a bag of shredded paper from Kmart – but upon closer inspection, she spotted a phallic-shaped cut-out
After sharing her amusing pictures on social media, her post was met with more than 10,000 reactions, and more than 700 comments.
Many saw the funny side to the error, with one amusing woman joking: ‘Looks like it’s a new game… find the penis in the haystack.’
‘Someone is out there laughing at what they’ve done,’ another wrote, while one said: ‘Oh my goodness, I’m dying.’
And one amused woman added: ‘Looks like it will be a happy Easter.’
She bought a bag of mustard-coloured shredded paper from Kmart for just $1, which is typically used to stuff Easter egg baskets – but was surprised something very rude
And the jokes didn’t stop there, with dozens sharing their pun-filled remarks.
‘There sure is some stiff competition in Easter parade hats these days…,’ one said.
‘The person who put it there was probably having a “hard time”,’ another added, while another joked: ‘Warning: This product may contain traces of nuts.’
Many wondered whether the retailer actually sold the phallic-shaped confetti, while others joked there’s a ‘clear mix up with the “bride-to-be” confetti.’
‘I wonder what section of the store that extra bit came from. Never seen it on any of my thousands of visits to Kmart,’ one wrote.