Woman left in hysterics as she spots an awkward typo on a B&M New Year mug | The Sun

IT'S one of the top places people go to for homeware.

But one woman was left in hysterics when she spotted a hilarious typo on a £3.50 mug in the store.

Steph Sykes popped into her local store to take a look at some of the offerings, and stopped to have a look at some cute New Year mugs.

Each mug had a slogan about the month, such as "June girls love an adventure", "May girls have good energy" and "April girls are full of rainbows".

However, when she got to the February mug, she noticed that it said "Feburary".

"Feburary babes are filled with love," it said.

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"B&M – you had one job!" she wrote over her video on TikTok.

"I just knew it would be February, my poor birthday month is the most under rated," one person commented on the video.

As another added: "How could they manage to do that?"

To which Steph replied: "I know right! How’ve they got into stores??"

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"I'm also February. I was so put off by babes I didn't even notice the spelling error," a third commented.

With Steph responding: "I wonder why all the other months are girls??"

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"I have this mug, now I need to check if mine is wrong," another added.

And as lots of people urged her to check the mug, she replied: "Will check it today, I was too lazy to get out of bed last night."

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