‘He had one job’: wife leaves internet after sharing photo of husband’s failed attempt to hang $ 19 Kmart koala print
- A woman shared a mistake her husband made when putting art on the wall
- Fiona purchased the popular $ 19 koala and kookaburra prints from Kmart
- She ordered her husband to hang both, but she was surprised by the result
- Husband Shaun hung the koala print upside down and said it was a drop bear
- The term is a long-running joke between the two as Fiona is originally from the UK
A Kmart customer shared the funny mistake her Australian husband made after attempting to hang the popular $ 19 koala print on their living room wall.
Fiona shared a photo with the Kmart Hacks and Décor Facebook group, revealing that her husband Shaun had hung the print upside down so that the marsupial looked like it was hanging from a tree.
‘Okay, I finally have both mine [prints] from Kmart and since hubby works from home he had them hanged … he told me it’s a drop bear, he had one job, ‘Fiona said online.
A Kmart customer shared the funny mistake her Australian husband made after attempting to hang the popular $ 19 koala print on their living room wall
Fiona said she is originally from the UK and when she and her husband first started dating, he jokingly said koalas are called ‘licorice bears’, but she realized this was not true.
She teasingly said that even the kookaburra in the print next to the koala questions her husband’s choice.
The social media post caught the attention of more than 9,300 others online who were left behind because of the humorous error.
‘So Australian! Wild animals and humor, the two things we are famous for, ‘said one person.
‘Funniest post today !! And it’s only 9.35am, “said another, and a third added,” Very natural pose for a hanging bear. ‘
Fiona said she is originally from the UK and when she and her husband first started dating, he jokingly said koalas are called ‘licorice bears’ but she realized this was not true
But many more people praised Shaun for his efforts, saying the print looked better with the koala upside down.
‘I like it! Has a story about it. Well done my dear, ”said one woman.
‘I love this! You absolutely have to leave it that way! said another.
“Keep it that way, it’s a conversation,” said one man.
Fiona also told Yahoo Lifestyle that the prints will remain as they are, as it reminds the two of the time they first met ten years ago.
“When we first met 11 years ago, he used to tease me about the fact that there were” drop bears “in Australia, so it makes the $ 19 photo special for us,” she said.