Twitter is roasting a British grocery store employee who stocked Olive Oil hair products, by Original Root Stimulator (ORS) brand, in the condiments section next to the olive oil used for cooking. The confused stocker was called out on TikTok via viral video, which shows the brand’s Hold & Shine Wrap/Set Mousse placed right next to cooking oils.
“Imagine someone buying this to sauté their onions,” the user, who goes by the handle @octobersveryown_fb, wrote in the caption.
@octobersveryown_fb Imagine someone buying this to sauté their onions 😫🤦🏾♀️ #tesco #oliveoil #GenshinTeleport #fyp #UnlimitedHPInk ♬ Castaways – The Backyardigans
The video made its way to Twitter too. And users had just as much to say about the mixup.
“Why is it in the cooking oil section???” one person asked.
Why is it in the cooking oil section??? pic.twitter.com/xSBRjHV1JS
— ENNY🤎 (@FinesseEness) August 29, 2022
“How my vegetables gonna feel coming out the pan,” another wrote.
How my Vegetables gonna feel coming out the pan pic.twitter.com/ZSVG0ifRes
— Clay (@AtrlSpeezy) August 28, 2022
“Sandra and Gary are in for a surprise when they have their morning fry up,” another user hilariously replied.
Sandra and Gary are in for a surprise when they have their morning fry up….
— Part of the Rebel Alliance and a Traitor (@HerRoyalDykness) August 28, 2022
“Cook your angel hair in that shit it’s gonna come out rotini,” a viewer added.
cook your angel hair in that shit it’s gonna come out rotini 😂 pic.twitter.com/ZR3ajCYgha
— crybaby bitch boy (@tblskylar) August 29, 2022
One Twitter viewer said the confused store employee who stocked the Olive Oil products might be on to something.
“I mean your hair growth does start with your diet,” they wrote.
i mean your hair growth does start with your diet
— . (@undergroundnina) August 29, 2022
Another one disagreed.
“Somebody’s getting fired,” they tweeted.
No word on whether the employee recognized their flub.