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Aussie Woman Looking For Love Goes To Bunnings To Find A Husband

Stewart Perrie

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Aussie Woman Looking For Love Goes To Bunnings To Find A Husband

An Australian woman fed up with trying to find love on Tinder has tried her luck at Bunnings.

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Dating apps definitely have a shelf life, and if you've been on enough bad dates, it's tempting to sack it all off and find other methods of trying to meet your one true love.

That's what Leesh Cunningham, from New South Wales, has done as she headed somewhere she knows there will be a few men hanging around: Bunnings.

The romantic hopeful has uploaded a two-part video to TikTok, in which she searches the aisles to see if she can find her Prince Charming.

Will he be in the gardening section? Maybe the drill bits and attachments? Maybe her true love could be spotted looking for new carpet? Or how about the timber section?

Credit: Leesh Cunningham/TikTok
Credit: Leesh Cunningham/TikTok

In the video Leesh says: "So I've given up on Tinder and online dating and I've gone for a more traditional approach... I've come to Bunnings to find a husband."

She even goes up to a staff member to see if they have any Husbands-To-Go in stock.

"I'm just looking for a husband and was told you guys had them here," she says to an employee.

The staffer hilariously replies: "They're flying off the shelf, if we have any they'll be in the back corner on the left."

The video has been seen by tens of thousands of people who all reckoned Leesh is onto something.

Because the trades industry is predominantly filled with men, surely there would be one single fella who has been sent to the local Bunnings to pick up a few things?

Credit: Leesh Cunningham/TikTok
Credit: Leesh Cunningham/TikTok

People offered some suggestions to Leesh in her quest to lock down a hubby.

One user wrote: "Got to be there between 6-8am and 5-9pm, that's when the tradies get their supplies."

Another added: "So my friends and I go to Bunnings and just lift the hood of our car and just stand against the car... thank us later."

One person even said they found their partner while shopping at Bunnings and told the woman from New South Wales to keep up her mission.

Several people in the comments also asked when she would be next going to Bunnings and offered to take her on a date.

Featured Image Credit: Leesh Cunningham/TikTok

Topics: Viral, Australia

Stewart Perrie
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