Man Orders Wool “Jumpers” Instead Of A Woolly “Sweater”, Goes Viral

OK, we hope you get a bumper jumper lottery and swelled with delight, you order a pancake online without reading much info – only caring enough for considering the details when the package comes at the door-front and you grasp your epic mistake – the box contains a pan to make pancakes – Online shopping is a lie!

Well, if you’ve never been deceived by online purchase, you can rest assured you didn’t get it entirely as mistaken as Dan Sheehan – Yeah!

It All Started When Dan Sheehan Got Jumper Envy Of Chris Evan’s Look In His New Mystery Movie, Knives Out – Where Chris Has Worn A Soft-Silky Woolly Sweater:

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Dan decided to add a similar fluffy sweater to his own wardrobe, and learning about the online shopping-market, came across a woolly sweater that looked like the Chris Evan’s knitwear on an international website at a very fair price, so he added it to his wishlist.

It was only when the package docked on his doorstep, and his blazing error was exposed.

It Seemed Dan Hadn’t Ordered The Woolen Sweater As It Appeared, But Instead Had Bought A Huge Load Of Wool, Obliging Some Serious Knitting Skills To Shape The Sweater Himself:

Holding up to his silly error, Dan tweeted a photo of a dozen woolly-balls with the caption, “Losing my mind because I ordered what I thought was a very affordable wool sweater (like Chris Evans in Knives Out obviously) from a Norwegian website and what I got was the raw materials necessary to create said sweater myself.

Dan’s tweet got an instant high response across the globe, and with more than 142K likes and 11K messages, Dan seems pretty confident of knitting his mistake as he said, “Wool is very nice, and I will be gifting it to friends who knit for years to come.

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People are smirking over Dan’s epic mistake as one Twitter user taunted, “Careful. This is how they get you. It’s a gateway craft.

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