Woman reveals hilarious fail after ordering massive Christmas tree on Amazon – but everyone is saying the same thing

A WOMAN was left in stitches after she shared the dangers of buying anything off the internet.

The TikTok user, whose video has gone viral on social media, revealed she didn't get exactly what she paid for after ordering a Christmas tree off Amazon.

The woman, who goes by the name of Tee Hunt, posted the major fail as she first showed what she had intended to buy.

In the picture, the Christmas tree stood at 6-feet-tall and had stunning tree branches, perfect for decoration with garlands, decorations, and lights.

The woman felt comfortable enough to buy the tree after seeing it had a rating of 4.5 stars and over 6,000 reviews.

Sadly, when it arrived, things weren't as they seemed.

Once she had assembled the tree, it looked more than bare as the branches failed to look like the ones in the picture.

Luckily, she took the situation lightly as she claimed she could not stop laughing.

Most read in Fabulous


My mum was branded a cheat over my looks – but turns out I was SWAPPED at birth


Charles 'deeply shocked & hurt' by Harry & pair have barely spoken in 8 months


From fake trees to Yankee candles – Xmas decorations which make you TACKY


I bought one of EVERY Christmas item in Poundland andI spent £500

After posting the video, she expected to get some support but sadly, people were all saying one thing: she needed to spread the branches!

One person wrote: "Babe, I've known to separate the branches since I was five!"

A second one commented: "So you never helped put the tree together before? Not once?"

And a third claimed: "I bought a similar one from Walmart and it came out looking the same – but with a little work, it was perfect!"

What do you think? Does the tree need fluffing or is it a major fail?

We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The US Sun team?

Email us at [email protected] or call 212 416 4552.

Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSunUS

    Source: Read Full Article