There's A Twitter Account Devoted To All The Weird Things You Can Buy In Aldi...
8 March 2016, 12:17 | Updated: 25 April 2016, 15:05
Aldi Of The Week is bringing us so much joy.
We've all gone into a value food store and been bemused by some of the random things on offer, from sewing machines to garden furniture.
But someone was so amazed by the things that Aldi advertises in its catalogue, they decided to devote a whole Twitter account to it.
Aldi Of The Week is described simply as the account creators "fave, unexpected, item from each Aldi catalogue," and it pretty much does what it says on the tin.
Every item is priced in Australian dollars, so unfortunately the items may only exist in Oz... but we can but dream.
See some of our favourites below:
We're not sure how much safety cones usually cost, but surely nobody needs just one?
Witches hats pic.twitter.com/rwxqiHK3MU— Aldi Of The Week (@aldi_otw) March 2, 2016
A "worm farm," otherwise known as a mini compost heap:
A worm farm pic.twitter.com/mV3eeqo5Ar— Aldi Of The Week (@aldi_otw) February 24, 2016
Remember kids, the bike and helmet aren't included:
An entire bike rack pic.twitter.com/gG0F33mmU6— Aldi Of The Week (@aldi_otw) March 5, 2016
Violin lessons anyone?
A violin with carry case pic.twitter.com/OGj4CarRcv— Aldi Of The Week (@aldi_otw) February 21, 2016
Why would anyone want pretend hot cross buns?
Highly commended: marzipan imitation hot cross buns pic.twitter.com/UASryoz0LB— Aldi Of The Week (@aldi_otw) February 21, 2016
Could this be the perfect festival purchase?
Sleeping bag / Onesie / Jumpsuit for $69 pic.twitter.com/FEQg7il2Ci— Aldi Of The Week (@aldi_otw) March 7, 2016
For people who'll only enjoy pancakes if they have smiley faces on them...
Smiley face, mini pancake pan pic.twitter.com/8o6iyIYAbc— Aldi Of The Week (@aldi_otw) February 6, 2016
For the future tennis ace in you..
Tennis ball machine pic.twitter.com/xpAAzdDy3X— Aldi Of The Week (@aldi_otw) January 14, 2016
For those with blocked... ahem... pipes.
O Ring assortment pic.twitter.com/Mb8YH49347— Aldi Of The Week (@aldi_otw) January 27, 2016
OK, so a 3D printer is pretty cool, but WHERE are they getting them from?
A 3D printer pic.twitter.com/eOPfCs9uQo— Aldi Of The Week (@aldi_otw) February 9, 2016
Now how can we get our hands on that sleeping bag onesie?
Lead image:Twitter/Aldi Of The Week/Aldi