Man Accidentally Gets Delivery Instructions Engraved On Fiancée's Birthday Gift
A romantic birthday gift didn't turn out quite as one woman's fiancé had intended when he accidentally got the delivery instructions inscribed on top.
Daniel Varey, 28, had meant to order a personalised gin glass online for his partner Hayley.
Etched across the glass, it was meant to say: "Happy 30th birthday princess, love you millions".
But after a hilarious mix up, Hayley opened the gift up on her birthday to read: "Can we have it delivered before Monday if possible as that's her 30th. Nice one".
Despite the present being an epic fail, Daniel says that, surprisingly, the present still went down a storm - even if only because Hayley had a good laugh at his expense.
"The gin glass 100 per cent cheered her up, she couldn't stop laughing," he said.
"When I was putting the order through for the glass, it came up with a section saying "note for the glass" and additional notes for the business - I got them back to front.
"I had a feeling that I did something wrong because I'm so dopey and I literally rushed the order as Hayley was sat next to me so had to do it secretly.
"I gave it to her yesterday morning and she literally burst out crying with laughter.
"It came gift wrapped so I didn't see it before she opened it and I was like what the hell is wrong with you? I've put my heart and soul into that glass! Then she showed it to me and I was mortified!"
Hayley loved the blunder so much that she still plans to use it.
"[She] has already put the glass to use and enjoyed a nice gin and pink lemonade in it yesterday," he added.
"We have a great sense of humour and take life with a pinch of salt so we have definitely seen the funny side."
Birthday girl Hayley chipped in: "The glass is perfect, absolutely hilarious - it would only happen to us!
"It definitely cheered me up about spending my birthday on lockdown."
Anyone else think this is *totally* something they would do!?
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