Woman Orders 'Puffer' Jacket Online And It Wasn't What She Expected

You don’t always get what you want when you order something online. Just ask these people. And Twitter user Becky Latham from the United Kingdom may be the latest victim of inaccurate photos, after she decided to order an Urban Outfitters jacket. 

Here’s the jacket in question, which looked like a bargain considering it was on sale for £55 ($ 77). 

Actually, maybe not. Here’s what she got…

Though some people saw it as an investment. 

Others thought it was pretty retro. 

This isn’t the first time someone has regretted buying something online. This woman fell into the same trap as Latham. 

While others didn’t seem to take much notice of the dimensions. 

At least it fits the cat. 

This is just not accurate at all. 

Always read before you buy. 

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Judge Orders Man To Write 144 Nice Things About His Ex-Girlfriend

Maui Second Circuit Judge Rhonda Loo has ordered 30-year-old Daren Young to write 144 nice things about his ex-girlfriend after he violated her protection order. 

The woman sought a protection order after the two separated, which was issued Feb. 22, but two months later, Young called and texted her 144 times within a three-hour period, police said

Young was accused of saying “nasty things” in calls and text messages to the woman. Now, he has to write one “nice thing” for every “nasty thing.”

On top of that, Young was also sentenced to two years’ probation, 200 hours of community service, and a $ 2,400 fine. Prior to sentencing, Young had served 157 days in jail. 

Social media had mixed feelings about the decision. 

What do you think of this punishment? 

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Mom Accidentally Orders Disturbing Pizza On Domino's App, Resolves To Call From Now On

Oh horror of horrors! Last week, on July 7th, a family’s worst nightmare came to pass when a mother, using Domino’s app for the first time, unwittingly ordered a pizza monstrosity for the family to enjoy. The app, which allows you to customize every detail of a pizza, includes many toppings options, such as “sauce” and “cheese” that are best left untouched. It is my deepest regret to inform you that the mother did not know this.

The mother’s creation will haunt her through the rest of her life:

People on Twitter don’t seem to grasp the full horror of the situation:

Fortunately, DiGiorno’s (the unexpected shining night of pizza), swung in to save the day:

After having seen Domino’s terrifying creation, DiGiorno’s wanted to make things right:

Then they made the best joke of all time:

Meanwhile, people were in awe of the innocent mother who must have accidentally deselected many important ingredients on her pizza:

While DiGiorno’s has stepped up, Domino’s has done very little to set the world back on track. In fact, they might have made things a little worse: whenever they were mentioned in the chat, a Domino’s bot popped up to ask if we might want to order a customizable Domino’s pizza. No, Domino’s, we don’t.

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Woman Orders Crop Top With Obvious Flaw And Discovers She's Not The Only One

Olivia Skuce, a 21-year-old from  Northern Ireland, recently decided to order a crop top from PrettyLittleThings. But when it arrived, she noticed a pretty hilarious flaw in the design, so she decided to share it with their customer support on Twitter…

Skuce initially thought she ordered the wrong size, or something from the kid’s section, but as it turns out, a lot of people were having the same issue…

And when we say a lot, we mean a lot

The price people pay for fashion. 

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