March 19, 2023 | 5:11 p.m.
It was a happy accident.
After Instacart delivered the wrong grocery order to him, this TikToker decided to make the most of it by doing a haul of all the items, deeming it “so much fun.”
Olivia Pascale, who goes by the username @oliviapwong on the social media app, has already reached 2.6 million views on the video.
At the start of the two-minute clip, she explained that she contacted Instacart to open a complaint about the incident, but they told her to keep it or give it away.
“I thought it would be fun to see what a complete stranger would receive like, say, an entire grocery order,” Pascale explained, as she began rummaging through Sprouts grocery bags. , a supermarket chain.
The Post has reached out to Pascale and Instacart for comment.
The first item she took out was a creamer, but not the one for your coffee.
“Ditch the itch cream,” she announced as she pulled the box out of the grocery bag. “Okay, I love that.”
The next grocery item she found was a Dave’s Killer Bread brand Ezekiel, which she admitted to buying, followed by a milk chocolate bar.
“Wait, this is so much fun,” Pascale admitted as she continued with the order.
She then pulled out a bottle of Italian blood orange soda and a bottle of Natalie’s orange juice.
“Natalie’s orange juice?!” she exclaimed. “This thing is like, $10. I feel like I hit the jackpot.
The remaining items included a bag of tomatoes, asparagus, a box of blueberries, blackberries, ginger ale, frozen chicken fingers, unsweetened almond milk, a box of eggs, angus beef fed on grass, free-range orange chicken, regular chicken and, last but not least, sockeye salmon.
She noted that she would have “preferred” sweetened almond milk, but “beggars can’t choose,” the TikToker admitted.
“I’m so sorry for the person who didn’t receive their order, but it’s on fire, thanks for a good grocery store,” she concluded at the end of the video.
In the comments section of the video, viewers speculated about the mystery person who originally ordered the food.
“The way I knew IMMEDIATELY this order was from a woman in her twenties living alone,” one viewer wrote. “The girl is living her best life.”
Another agreed: “This order was made by a woman living alone and I mean that in the best possible way.”
“It was a gym girls order 😂😂,” someone else teased.
Others joked that their controls looked totally different.
“This person has their life together,” one TikToker commented. “You unbox my order would be like: pop pies, sun chips, incrustables, chicken, cauliflower, cookie dough.”
One alleged Instacart shopper even spoke out, typing, “As a shopper, it’s so fun to find out who these people are that I’m shopping for hahaha, I can always tell when someone has their menstruating or sick, etc.”