Single woman fed up with Tinder tries to meet future husband in DIY store but it doesn’t go according to plan | #tinder | #pof

A SINGLE woman who is fed up with Tinder has decided to go round DIY stores in a bid to find her future husband. 

Leesh Cunningham, from New South Wales, Australia, revealed she went to a huge warehouse to find love in a more traditional way than dating apps.

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Leesh Cunningham revealed she went to a huge warehouse to find love in a more traditional way than dating apps
Singleton Leesh Cunningham headed to warehouse store Bunnings to try and find a husband after getting fed up with Tinder

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Singleton Leesh Cunningham headed to warehouse store Bunnings to try and find a husband after getting fed up with TinderCredit: TikTok / @__leesh___

Leesh filmed her experience after asking people online for the best options to bag herself a husband.

While Leesh may have been hopeful to find “The One”, it seems that her man-hunting mission wasn’t very successful. 

The blonde singleton can be seen walking round Bunnings Warehouse scanning for men, but can’t find any during her trip. 

Thinking she has “picked a bad time of day”, she returns in a few days to find Prince Charming and heads to the plumbing aisle this time. 

Leesh revealed she went to the DIY shop to find love in a more traditional way than dating apps

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Leesh revealed she went to the DIY shop to find love in a more traditional way than dating appsCredit: TikTok / @__leesh___
Leesh filmed her experience after asking people online for the best options to bag herself a husband

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Leesh filmed her experience after asking people online for the best options to bag herself a husbandCredit: TikTok / @__leesh___

Looking around for guys, Leesh says: “Gonna find me a plumber.”

After not finding any men there either, she heads to another section, saying: “You guys told me to come to power tools. Nada one.”

Desperate, she even asks a staff member if they have any husbands “in stock”.

The comical dating fail has been seen by over 98,000 people, with many people keen to share their own advice

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The comical dating fail has been seen by over 98,000 people, with many people keen to share their own adviceCredit: TikTok / @__leesh___
Desperate, she even asks a staff member if they have any husbands "in stock"

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Desperate, she even asks a staff member if they have any husbands “in stock”Credit: TikTok / @__leesh___

She can be heard saying: “I’m just looking for a husband and was told you guys had them here.”

Seeing the funny side of the situation, the employee replies: “They’re flying off the shelf, if we have any they’ll be in the back corner on the left.”

Leesh then desperately does a lap of the back of the shop, only to find herself without any men again. 

Leesh looks in the plumbing and power tools section for a man

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Leesh looks in the plumbing and power tools section for a manCredit: TikTok / @__leesh___
Leesh then desperately does a lap of the back of the shop, only to find herself without any men again

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Leesh then desperately does a lap of the back of the shop, only to find herself without any men againCredit: TikTok / @__leesh___

The comical dating fail has been seen by over 98,000 people, with many people keen to share their own advice. 

One commented: “Got to be there between 6-8am and 5-9pm, that’s when the tradies get their supplies.”

Another said she should open the bonnet of her car and park right outside the front of the shop to get male attention. 

A third encouraged: “Don’t give up. I got my man from there, he’s alright.”

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