Family Opens Beats Headphones on Christmas, Finds Tuna Instead
Personally, I love tuna. I also love headphones. But I wouldn’t want to go to my favorite deli, order a tuna club, and be handed a pair of hip, hi-tech headphones. Well…
Anyway, the Lopez family were the victims of the opposite scenario. They were a little surprised, to say the least, to find tuna cans inside the package of beats headphones they had purchased as a Christmas gift for their daughter. It was truly a lose-lose, considering their younger daughter is highly allergic to the chicken of the sea! via gizmodo:
It’s Christmas Day. You’ve carefully wrapped the Beats headphones your daughter’s been dreaming of, and she’s just about to see that dream become a reality. You look on with glee as she tears the paper from her brand new set of cans only to find that these cans were not the cans she was looking for. These cans, it seems, were filled with tuna.
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