TikTok unnerved by online shopping mishap

TikTok is fascinated with a woman who shared her very unusual online shopping fail.

With online shopping, there’s always the chance that the clothes don’t fit or don’t look exactly like they did online. However, TikTok user Emareeeeeeeeeeeee, who goes by Em, was completely caught off guard by her friend’s recent delivery.

Em shared the discovery in a video, which features her friend lying down next to a part of green pants.

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“She ordered some jeans online after seeing one ad,” Em wrote in the clip.

The jeans are hilariously long — the pant legs are longer than the friend’s body. This pair of pants is so clearly not meant for a human: It’s a miracle that whatever company made them was even able to sell them.

Later in the video, Em’s friend tried on the jeans — to really show off the discrepancy.

“Oh,” Em reacted.

The clip has since racked up over 1.8 million views and plenty of dumbfounded reactions. Users have taken to the comments to imagine embarrassing scenarios involving the pants — like putting them on in a public locker room — and of course, to make jokes about online shopping.

“Waist 28, length 350,” one user joked.

“I’m sobbing,” another added. “This is how they come?”

“I think they are just a tiny bit too long,” another joked.

One commenter claimed to find the website the jeans came from and added that they cost $633.97, from a brand called Hell on Hood.

“These jeans are supposed to be inhumanely long,” another commenter wrote of the brand.

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