From catfishes to the all-dreaded ghosters, looking for love via the internet is certainly not for the faint of heart.

Well, one woman clearly had enough of the perils of online dating, and subsequently took to her local DIY store to find love instead.

Keep scrolling for the full story...

For many singletons out there, finding love is a priority.

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But the problem with trying to find love? It's basically a living nightmare at every turn.

Because, in order to find a prince, you've got to date a lot of frogs.

It seems like the universe isn't willing to put the right person in front of you until you've met a lot of the wrong ones first.

But if you thought that dating itself was bad...

Well, first of all, you've got to find someone to date. In the past, many couples met in bars, at farmer's markets, or through friends of friends - but that is simply not the case anymore.

Nowadays, if you want a date, there's really only one place where you can go:

You're going to have to endure the endless, disappointing journey through various dating apps.

Anyone's who's been on the apps will tell you that they're the worst.

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Basically, they act as a neverending reminder that people are, in general, trash.

Apps can be a neverending source of disappointment.

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Either people don't look anything like their pictures, they're still obsessed with their ex, or they tell you that they like you and then disappear forever into the ether. It's a jungle out there.

But sometimes apps are more than just disappointing.

Sometimes, they're actually pretty scary. If someone that you meet on an app falls a little too hard, it can often feel weirdly stifling and even a little threatening.

But there's one story this week that has lightened the mood considerably...

Honestly, if you're a dating app user, this video will have you crying with laughter.

Leesh Cunningham is a popular TikToker from New South Wales, Australia.

And following a lack of success on Tinder, she took to her local DIY store, Bunnings in the hope of finding true love...

"So I've given up on Tinder and online dating and I've gone for a more traditional approach."

"I've come to Bunnings to find a husband."

She even approached an employee.

"I'm just looking for a husband and was told you guys had them here?"

Luckily, the employee got the joke.

"They're flying off the shelf, if we have any they'll be in the back corner on the left."

Watch the full video here.

And for more Tinder tales, scroll on for one truly heinous interaction ...