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This Woman Learned The Hard Way Why Some Internet Deals Are Too Good To Be True.

Amazon is so convenient. At this point, they have food, toiletries, kitchen gadgets, books, and just about any other product you can dream of… all in one place!

Want a headband with mullet hair attached to it? You got it! What about a set of small hands that you can wear on your fingertips? Yep. But there is one catch to having so many products in one virtual place. Looks can be deceiving. Sure, you can click through the numerous photos, but when it comes down to it, what you order might not be what you’re exactly expecting when the box arrives.

Case in point? When Twitter user @itssavannahxox ordered a chair for her room, she was hoping she’d, you know, be able to sit in it…

Apparently, that was a tall order.


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This was the chair she ordered.


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But you see, when it arrived, this was what the chair really looked like.


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We doubt she’ll be doing much lounging in this “chair.”


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It just goes to show that you should always read the description of any item on Amazon… or any site, for that matter. If the price seems too good to be true, it probably is.

The crazy part, is that this isn’t the first time this has happened.


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And it’s not just this one chair that’s tripping people up…


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Has this ever happened to you? Share for some laughs today!