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Man harasses his friends with dodgy IKEA puns

  • A video clip shows the shopper butchering the Swedish names of IKEA items with terrible puns as he follows his best friend and his girlfriend around the store
  • Clutching some plastic boxes, he asks the girlfriend: ‘When did you stop being such a Pruta?’ before telling the couple: ‘Oumbärlig getting started’
  • Soon his friend can’t resist joining in, telling him to ‘Strimlönn these puns’ 

It’s often described as a couple’s worst nightmare.

And this man certainly wasn’t making his friends’ shopping trip to IKEA any easier as he harassed the couple with terrible puns.

A video clip of the trip shows the man butchering the Swedish language one word at a time as he follows them around the store.

The friend first approaches his friend Becca with some plastic boxes, before asking her: 'When did you stop being such a Pruta?' But she isn't so amused

The friend first approaches his friend Bekah with some plastic boxes, before asking her: ‘When did you stop being such a Pruta?’ But she isn’t so amused

‘Bekah,’ he begins, approaching his friend’s girlfriend with some plastic boxes. ‘When did you stop being such a Pruta?’    

He then approaches his best friend with an extension cord, asking him: ‘Do you want a Koppla these?’

To the couple’s exasperation, he returns clutching a box of saucepans, saying: ‘I hope you like puns because Oumbärlig getting started.’

And he wasn’t lying.  

Approaching his best friend with an extension cord, he asks him: 'Do you want a Koppla these?'

Approaching his best friend with an extension cord, he asks him: ‘Do you want a Koppla these?’

‘Bekah come back,’ he says, pointing to a pile of chopping boards. ‘Legitim I’m not going to stop.’ 

Other examples of his wordplay include a pillow that is too ‘Gurli‘ and a ‘Ravnsö’ rug that sounds suspiciously like the Disney show ‘That’s So Raven’.

Soon, however, his best friend can’t resist joining in the fun.

Pointing to a throw, he says: ‘You should really find a way to Strimlönn these puns.’ 

And it doesn’t stop there.

Pointing to a box of flat-packed furniture in the warehouse, the friend says: ‘There’s a severe Lack of puns on these shelves,’ before asking the couple when they are going to get ‘Maryd‘.

Other puns include a pillow that is too 'Gurli' and suggesting a rug would be 'Ådum' purchase

Other puns include a pillow that is too 'Gurli' and suggesting a rug would be 'Ådum' purchase

Other puns include a pillow that is too ‘Gurli’ and suggesting a rug would be ‘Ådum’ purchase

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