Aussie Musicians Produce Hilarious Parody Music Video About All The Weird Stuff We Bought In Isolation

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Aussie Musicians Produce Hilarious Parody Music Video About All The Weird Stuff We Bought In Isolation

Now that the majority of Australians are emerging from their coronavirus-related self-isolation, the world around us might seem a little strange.

But as we come to terms with life in this post-pandemic Australia, we're also confronted with the reality of some of the weird trends we followed during isolation.

Comedy duo The Inspired Unemployed has teamed up with Thandi Phoenix and Tuka to produce a hilarious parody music video about the weirdest shopping trends for shopping app Klarna.

But as shopping centres reopen their doors, it's okay to not want to immediately head in there for a browse.

If you're one of those people, then you can use Klarna, which allows you to create wish-lists, will alert you when your favourite item has dropped in price and give you shoppable content that is curated just for you.

These guys perfectly sum up what the last few months have been like for us.

As isolation rules kicked into gear, people jumped online to buy things they thought would help them during lockdown.

From strange workout gear to every plant that will grow indoors; you name it, you probably bought it. It's totally understandable considering we've never had to spend so much time at home and many of us were just trying to adapt.

Klarna also allows you to pay in four interest-free instalments - at any retailer - so you can get what you really love while keeping full control of your finances.

So, regardless of how weird your shopping habits might be, you can give into them much more easily now with Klarna. Get what you really love and download the app today.

Featured Image Credit: Klarna

Topics: News, Music, Australia

Stewart Perrie

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