Kmart roasted over fail on $5 item: 'Stuffed up a little'

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Kmart has been roasted online after a woman shared a fail she spotted on a diary.

The $5 ‘Plan Big Diary’ contains 112 sheets, with the website saying: “Make the most of each day by using this diary for planning, goal-setting, note-taking and more.”

'Plan Big' diary from Kmart
A woman bought the 'Plan Big' diary from Kmart. Photo: Facebook

However, this Kmart shopper was left confused when she opened it up and the whole thing was upside down.

“I think Kmart stuffed up a little,” she captioned the post, alongside a laughing emoji.

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The responses were swift and hilarious, with one person saying: “Accurate representation of life right now”.

“Nope all good. Thats the covid version. Plan big then it all gets turned upside down,” another person wrote.

“Aussie version, down under,” another person said.

Upside down diary from Kmart
However, everything is upside down inside. Photo: Facebook

It comes just after a Kmart shopper spotted a bizarre warning on a label attached to a set of new Curtain Lights they bought from the popular store.

Taking to a Kmart decor Facebook group, the shopper shared a photo of the warning label that read: "If the cable of the light chain is damaged, it cannot be repaired and the dog must be destroyed."

"I guess it’s a good thing we’re not dog people … Who knew string lights could do such a thing?" the woman captioned the image.

Anko light chain
This Kmart warning label on an Anko light chain has gone viral. Photo: Facebook

Now whether the error was a typo or an intended joke - anyone with a dog will likely have lost a few light cables in their time! - is unclear, but the bizarre instruction nonetheless caused a stir among fellow Kmart fans.

"That’s a bit harsh," one wrote, with another asking: "What dog?!"

"Well that escalated quickly," was another comment.

"My ribs hurt from laughing so hard," one person wrote.

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