Spoof Bunnings commercial by comedian Luke Donkin goes viral online

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Aussie dude creates fake ad Bunnings calling on men to buy their wifes gift card, pick up a plant ‘so it can die’ and start a DIY project today

  • The Australian comedian poses as a Bunnings employee in a hilarious parody commercial
  • The ironic video was posted on TikTok on Monday and has gone viral
  • Luke Donkin jokes about iconic sausage sizzling while the Bunnings jingle plays

An Australian comedian has donned the iconic green apron and red polo shirt of a Bunnings Warehouse employee to create a parody commercial honoring the traditional harbor.

Luke Donkin posed as a Bunnings employee in his ironic TikTok video posted Monday while the well-known jingle played in the background.

The cheeky video could easily be mistaken for an actual advertisement, but it wasn’t long before the funny man took viewers on an alternate tour of the warehouse.

The ironic Bunnings spoof ad posted on TikTok on Monday and has gone viral

Australian comedian Luke Donkin poses as Bunnings collaborator in a hilarious commercial

Australian comedian Luke Donkin poses as Bunnings collaborator in a hilarious commercial

Australian comedian Luke Donkin poses as Bunnings collaborator in a hilarious commercial

‘Doors, doors and more doors. We have so many doors here at Bunnings, ”he said.

Knock knock, who is that? Is that my father? Are you coming back, Daddy? He asked as he tapped on the doors.

He even rattled off relationship advice for future Bunnings shoppers.

Grab a gift certificate for the wife for the anniversary. She’ll hate it, probably they’ll throw it at you in an argument that you don’t care enough, but you’ll be here the next day to spend it! He was joking.

As he walked through the garden area, Luke said, “Huge assortment of houseplants here. I’m telling you right now that you will leave here with one and you will most likely kill him. ‘

As Luke walks through the garden area, he jokes, 'Huge assortment of houseplants here.  I'm telling you right now that you will leave here with one and you will most likely kill him.  '

As Luke walks through the garden area, he jokes, 'Huge assortment of houseplants here.  I'm telling you right now that you will leave here with one and you will most likely kill him.  '

As Luke walks through the garden area, he jokes, ‘Huge assortment of houseplants here. I’m telling you right now that you will leave here with one and you will most likely kill him. ‘

The cheeky video could easily be mistaken for an actual advertisement as Luke takes viewers on an alternate tour of the warehouse

The cheeky video could easily be mistaken for an actual advertisement as Luke takes viewers on an alternate tour of the warehouse

After being interrupted during his 'hiatus' while eating an iconic sausage siss, Luke encouraged shoppers to embark on their DIY projects.

After being interrupted during his 'hiatus' while eating an iconic sausage siss, Luke encouraged shoppers to embark on their DIY projects.

After being interrupted during his ‘hiatus’ while eating an iconic sausage siss, Luke encouraged shoppers to embark on their DIY projects.

He snatches a solar-powered owl and says, ‘Better to get a real owl! I mean you’re trying to catch a real owl! ‘

After being paused on his ‘hiatus’ while eating an iconic sausage from the sizzling outside, Luke encourages shoppers to embark on their DIY projects.

“Paint the house, you’ve been telling the woman you’re going to do it for ten years,” he said.

“Get off the couch and finish that bathroom remodel you started two years ago, it’s going to be cheap.”

The hilarious video on its TikTok channel lukedonkin is much loved by Australians and the parody ad has been viewed over 290,000 times.

“I actually work at Bunnings and saw this in the lunchroom with about 10 team members peeing themselves laughing,” said one woman.

“Okay, this must be the new ad for Bunnings,” another joked.

Other viewers were convinced that the video was a real commercial.

“For a moment I thought this was a Bunnings ad,” someone said.

The hilarious video even encouraged Aussies to get started on their DIY projects, as Luke joked, “Get off the couch and finish that bathroom remodel you started two years ago, it’s going to be cheap.”

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