Woman Find Very Rude-Looking Ornament In Poundland
A woman was shocked to find a pretty rude looking ornament in her local Poundland.
Yeah, that's supposed to be a mushroom apparently... what were you thinking?
Sharing a photo of the silver ornament on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing & Bargains, she wrote: "Amazing bargain in Poundland!
"Although I couldn't bring myself to buy this mushroom for my daughters fairy garden... others might."
And she wasn't the only one who got a laugh out of the unusual-looking ornament, one person replied: "I thought you bought that earlier in Ann Summers."
A second person joked: "I think it's for the lady garden."
Earlier this year, a fellow Poundland shopper was shocked to discover just how anatomically correct the small toy animals were.
The mum posted to a Facebook group called Poundland Appreciation Society (which sounds brilliant, by the way) to say that her little girl had pointed out the penis on her toy giraffe.
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Sharing a snap of the - very clearly male - giraffe toy, the mum wrote: "So... my two-year-old girl chose this today and brought it home to say 'mam... giraffe's got a willy'. She's not wrong is she." She is not.
Other parents then rushed to check if their Poundland toy animals also had d***s and it turns out that, yep, they do, with people sharing dogs, horses and a lion all with pensis. Well, it's attention to detail, isn't it?
One person wrote: "My son chose this toy dog then when we got home I saw it also had a very real willy."
Someone else chipped in: "We have the horses and dogs with the same... humm... Detail. I was mortified.
"Probably more detail on it than the animal to be fair."
But one parent was in favour of it, arguing: "Tbh I think it's great that kids toys can be anatomically correct without it being seen as 'unnecessary or sexualising'."
When LADbible reached out to Poundland about the toys, the company cheekily replied: "It's the little details that count." Fair enough.
Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Extreme Couponing & Bargains