A mother urged Aldi to reconsider the type of hand gels in the ‘lemon fizz’ range to say something a little more inappropriate after reading the articles incorrectly.
Stacey Jane visited an Aldi store in West Sussex, Rustington, this week to build a ‘giggling’ brown store in front of the screen.
The store’s own brand, 49p Lacura hand gel, offers a variety of flavors, including candy and strawberries, but the 40-year-old says the processed source in the lemon fizz bottles looks more like an F .
The fourth mother couldn’t resist taking a photo and shared on Facebook: ‘I think Aldi needs to change her font… I didn’t think Fizz said’, but others joked about the lock that made her see things.
When customers alerted Aldi to the problem on Twitter, the typeface forced other shoppers to double their bet. One wrote: “I think Aldi should verify the source on the Lemon Fizz hand gel. Excellent for visible skin.
Stacey, a nail artist living in Worthing, said, “I thought, ‘This is new,’ I looked and thought, ‘Oh my brother.’
“I laughed in the middle of Aldi and people looked at me like I had completely lost my marbles.
“’I have to take a picture and share it because it’s fun’ was one of the things you thought.
“I thought that people would be a lot of fun and that everyone would be inspired.
“Along with the main page, I shared it on Facebook and most of the people laughed at it. They knew it immediately. If they laughed at her, they knew what I was seeing.
“I saw something like this for the first time.”
After Stacey shared it with her friends and on social media, some people followed the comments because they were joking about seeing things the closing mom didn’t have.
One wrote: “It can say more about your mind than a source.”
Aldi was contacted for comment.