- A Nigerian lady recently joined the 'What I ordered vs What I got" trend on social media
- The lady with the Twitter handle @Depejuu_ said her husband wanted to surprise her by ordering a dress
- She shared photos of what was ordered by her man online and the one that was delivered
- Tweeps couldn't stop laughing as they took to the comment section of the post to react
A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @Depejuu_ has taken to the social media platform to disclose how a vendor delivered a dress different from what her husband ordered for her.
According to the young lady, her husband wanted to surprise her so he ordered the dress from an online vendor but the dress fell short of expectation when it arrived.
Social media users soon flooded the comment section of the post with their reactions.
"Not supporting the vendor ooo..but One can see clearly that the person in Frame one pinned the dress on the sides. Around her waist area. I'd suggest you restyle the dress to fit your frame. If you have a tailor, take it to them..."
"Wear shades and raise one hand up like you're swearing an oat, e go gel."
"Same way I wanted to surprise my girlfriend on her birthday. Ordered for a gown very beautiful online. In my mind I thought I had killed it. Lo and behold when the gown arrived I was too ashamed to present it to her. Since then I had Neva since (sic) her in the gown."
"The lady on the left looks taller and on high heels. She also ties hers at the back. Sometimes fashion is more of recreating it to suit you. Also, smaller size of the dress may fit you better."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @sisi_alagboeko shared how she had a very horrible online shopping experience.
In a Twitter post on Tuesday, December 22, 2020, which was a quoted tweet of an earlier post she made on the platform, the lady lamented the fact that she got an entirely different thing from the piece she ordered online.
She shared a sample photo of what she paid for and the garment that was delivered to her after payment.