Hilariously Misleading Online Shopping Experiences: Buyers Beware

Heart-Shaped Sunglasses


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Remember the old days when you had to actually visit a traditional optometrists’ boutique to buy new glasses? Those days are long gone. Millions of people went online last year and bought nearly $600 million worth of prescription glasses. The problem is that you don’t always get what you pay for and the consumer above is a perfect example.

Butterfly Sunglasses

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The problem with buying sunglasses online is that they can look so pretty on the model advertising them that you can’t wait to try them on but when they come in the mail and you do put them on, whoa, it’s totally not what you were expecting. Looks like that’s what happened to this glum shopper.


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