But there’s one fluffy foot stool in particular which has gained quite a bit of attention online, with its very funny (and rude) name leaving shoppers in hysterics.
The Faux Fur Stool is available in store and will set you back £14.99, but one shopper was shocked by the hilarious name written on its packaging – unsure whether it was a prank or real.
The woman shared a snap on Facebook in the DIY on a Budget group and joked: “Perfect little stool for the bedroom, cheers Aldi.”
Fabulous has reached out to Aldi for confirmation on what appears to be an unfortunate blunder, with hundreds of people taking to the post sharing their amusement.
“Hahahahaha whattttt. I need that just for the comedy lol,” one person admitted.
- Square Grey Short Faux Fur Stool, £14.99 from Aldi – buy here
While another said: “Awe hahaha that’s a good one made me laugh for the day.”
“I so love this…bet my fella will go looking for this at Aldi!” shared another.
The fluffy stools are arguably the stand-out goodies from Aldi, which is also available in white, as well as round instead of square.
Describing the seats, Aldi said shoppers can add a “ touch of luxury” to their home.
With the website saying: “Super soft and comfortable, this lovely shaggy stool will add a touch of glamour to your room while also giving you a cosy place to rest.”
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