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'Never saw it this way': $2 Big W item has Aussies in stitches

Anastasia Santoreneos
·2-min read
Big W fail has Aussies in stitches. Source: Getty/Facebook
Big W fail has Aussies in stitches. Source: Getty/Facebook

A ‘candy cane’ bath fizzer at Big W has sent Aussies into a fit of laughter, after some saw it had a likeness to a certain body part.

The bath fizzer costs just $2, and is meant to be shaped like a pink candy cane, but members of the group Big W Mums Australia are seeing something else.

The Big W bath fizzer has Aussies in stitches. Source: Facebook
The Big W bath fizzer has Aussies in stitches. Source: Facebook

“If anyone’s looking for Bath Bombs...I think BigW might have got their candy cane a bit wrong!” One mum wrote, sharing the post.

“This is hilarious,” another said.

The bath fizzers are sold on Big W for $2 each. Source: Big W
The bath fizzers are sold on Big W for $2 each. Source: Big W

“You want a few for Christmas?” Another said, tagging her friend.

Some warned their fellow members that the item was for “external use only”, just in case.

It’s not the first time Aussie shoppers have made light of some hilarious supermarket and department store fails.

Last month, one mum had the internet in stitches over her eight-year-old’s X-rated response to a tub of Aldi icecream.

“My Mr 8 opened chocolate chip ice cream I bought from Aldi his response was, Look mum a boobies oh god I laughed he even said it has nipples. Boys lol,” she captioned the photo of chocolate ice cream.

If you were thinking of purchasing the bath fizzers for a gift but are now thinking twice, massive Black Friday deals have been revealed ahead of the discount bonanza.

Kogan is offering $870 off Apple desktop computers, while Aldi is hosting its sales two days earlier on 25 November. You can jag a gaming chair, a new Smart TV or even $100 off De’Longhi coffee machines.

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