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Shopper claims her Christmas toy from Kmart is saying ‘Eshay’

Shopper claims her Christmas toy from Kmart is saying ‘Eshay’ – but others hear something completely different

  • A woman has gone viral after questioning if a Christmas decoration is a lad 
  • She purchased a singing reindeer from the store and thinks it says ‘eshay’
  • But people are divided with some hearing ‘eshay’ and others hearing ‘that’s right’

A young woman has taken to TikTok to confirm if her singing Christmas decoration from Kmart sounds like a suburban gangster.

Teneika Louise bought one of the popular budget retailer’s singing, dancing reindeer and is convinced it yells out ‘ESHAY’ halfway through the song.

Playing for her followers the young woman points to the toy in the offending moment and asks if anyone else can hear it.

A young woman has taken to TikTok to confirm if her singing Christmas decoration from Kmart sounds like a suburban gangster

‘Is Kmart a lad?’ she asked.

‘Does it say ESHAY or am I losing it? I need confirmation.’

The video has been seen by over 1.2million people in just three days, with 125k people hitting ‘like’ and 2000 adding their own voices to the conversation.

Taneika admitted she has played the toy ‘a thousand times over’ and hears the very Australian word every time.

And others agreed.

‘I heard eshay pretty clearly,’ one woman said.

Another said: ‘It is 100% an Aussie reindeer then’.

‘I can’t hear anything but eshay, as hard as I try,’ said another.

But others were less convinced.

‘It says ‘that’s right clear as day. I can’t even hear eshay,’ one woman said, earning the support of 9000 people.

‘My daughter has this toy and it doesn’t say eshay, maybe you have the western suburbs version,’ one mum said.

Some heard both.

'My daughter has this toy and it doesn't say eshay, maybe you have the western suburbs version,' one mum said

‘My daughter has this toy and it doesn’t say eshay, maybe you have the western suburbs version,’ one mum said

‘I heard ‘eshay’ until I read this comment, now I hear ‘that’s right’ these eyes are playing tricks on the mind,’ one woman said.

‘This is Yanny and Laurel all over again, because it is either eshay or that’s right but sounds like both,’ one said.

‘Another green needle, brainstorm situation,’ another said.

 A Kmart staffer also commented on the woman’s videos and said ‘it definitely says eshay’.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Kmart for comment. 

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