Shopper in hysterics after spotting rude spelling fail on a B&M Christmas ornament – and people say it’s so relatable | The Sun

A WOMAN was left in hysterics after spotting a VERY rude spelling fail in B&M.

She was browsing her local B&M store when she found the Christmas ornament and decided to snap a picture of it when she noticed the cheeky error.

Now that Christmas is just around the corner, B&M and other supermarkets have been decking the aisles with festive decorations.

But one ornament clearly wasn't thought through.

The stores wholesome 'Family Block Sign' spells out the word 'family' but replaces some of the letters with festive designs.

Retailing for just £6, the cheery Christmas ornament left Vickie in stitches as the missing letters make for a rather crude interpretation.


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The letters A, I and Y had been replaced with a Christmas tree, present and a reindeer, while the letter M was decorated with a festive Christmas hat.

But the additional Christmas decorations make the ornament appear to say 'FML', an abbreviation of the phrase 'F**k My Life.'

The cheeky blunder left the woman in stitches.

The woman quickly shared a snap of the ornament to the Facebook group Family Lockdown Tips & Ideas.

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She captioned the post: "Don't think B&M thought this out properly."

People were in hysterics over the inexpensive decoration and quickly took to the comments section to share their thoughts.

One wrote: "I was stood in B&M trying to work it out… all I can see is fml."

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Another person joked: "To me, 'Family' and 'FML' are one and the same."

A third penned: "I'm definitely getting one ladies, I won't lie – I think it's my most typed phrase in WhatsApp."

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