S'pore's funniest FB-Live seller gives hilarious disclaimer while selling a skirt

This is actually quite responsible marketing.

Nyi Nyi Thet | September 22, 2018, 11:54 AM

Sometimes when you buy things online, it might not be exactly what you envisioned.

Take the issue of height, a pair of pants, or a dress, which looked fine online, might be a bit too long or short when you get it.

Well, this Facebook Live seller, Misshopper Boutique, is adamant on not making that happen.

You can see her previously selling the heck out of a S-hook top.

Now, she's back to make sure this dress ends up in the hand of customers who are just of the right height.

Here is the video uploaded by Andrew Kit.

In case you can't see it.

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Here's her take on why taller girls should not buy this particular dress.

If you walk, cannot "open the big big".

Because if you do, it might lead to an unfortunate exposure of "luncheon meat and seaweed"


Here's the entire transcript of her very thorough disclaimer.

155 and 156 cm. It is already here. *Signals skirt length*

ok ah, last time ah, if you're 162 cm please consider, because, 160 cm it will be like this, shorter, shorter, 162, it will be shor..., more shorter, your chances of giving people to see your kacheng neng teh bah (backside) is very high, 80% high, so please consider if you're 162, or 160 and above.

Those old mother goose, please listen the carefully, it will be this short, and then you walk, you cannot open the big big already.

You must close and tight ok? 关住才走 (close and walk), ok bo?

If not your luncheon meat, your seaweed all come out give people see.

Like the bargirl or the nightclub lady, ok?

Last time already, ok bo?

$16, why $16 I must say so many time *sighs* wait ah, wait ah, wait ah, wait ah, wait ah, I give the code first.

Why ah, why ah? You all eh hiao bo (you all understand or not?) Now you bid, tomorrow you cannot cancel already [Interrupted]


Images from Andrew Kit