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Mystery 'girl of his dreams' apparently turns up at Woolies

UPDATE: THE mystery 'girl of his dreams' has apparently turned up at the Woolworths Q Super Centre to meet him.

Blake Nicolls posted an update on Facebook last night saying a girl claiming to be the brunette had been in touch and would come and meet Brok Neilson.

An hour later he shared a photo of a woman wearing white jeans standing in front of the mushrooms in the produce isle and said: "Mystery brunette's friend came to meet us to make sure Brok isn't a creep and it's a match!

"Who knows what will happen next with this mysterious brunette!" Mr Nicholls wrote.

But not everyone is convinced.

One commenter wrote: "I wouldn't be surprised if this was a publicity stunt - which I'm pretty sure I'm 100 per cent right - to get attention.

"Besides going up to her to talk to her you decide to take a picture without a face, put it on social media. 

"So I'm going to say this is fake."

Mr Nicholls replied by posting a photo of two brunettes, believed to be the same woman, standing in the produce isle and said: "She came forward mate."

Every night since going public with their plight, Mr Neilson and Mr Nicholls have been going to the supermarket and waiting in the produce isle for the 'girl buying mushrooms'.

Their story has gained international media attention. 

 

Blake Mitchell Nicholls‎ posted this photo of Brok's 'girl of his dreams' on the Woolworths' Facebook page.
Blake Mitchell Nicholls‎ posted this photo of Brok's 'girl of his dreams' on the Woolworths' Facebook page. Blake Mitchell Nicholls‎ | Facebook

EARLIER: TWO friends shopping at Woolworths have contacted the supermarket giant after one of them spotted the 'girl of his dreams' in the produce isle.

Blake Nicholls and Brok Neilson were buying curry ingredients at Woolworths' Q Super Centre in Mermaid Waters on Monday night when Brok saw a young woman buying mushrooms.

He snapped a photo of the woman and Blake wrote to Woolworths asking them to help 'bring these two together'.

"Hello Woolworths, I'll start by saying my loyalty to Woolworths is second to none," Blake wrote in a post on Woolworths' Facebook page.

"I was at Woolworths (Q Super Centre) this evening at 7:38pm (AEST) with my friend Brok buying fresh produce to make butter chicken when he's glanced over at the girl of his dreams.

"For years, you've brought people together with your sensational service, fantastic products with a catchy theme song that's kept me coming back, so now do what you do best and bring these two together."

He added: "(Girl buying mushrooms if you read this, we will be in this section every night at 7:38pm until we meet again). ‪#‎hopeforbrok‬"

Blake (left) and Brok (right)
Blake (left) and Brok (right) Facebook

But it was Woolworths' hilarious reply that saw the post shared more than 2000 times.

"Hey Blake, whilst we're more interested in matching your dear friend Brok with the perfect chick-en and bay leaf to create the curry of his dreams, we still think you're a great wing-man!

"Next time tell Brok not to be chicken, just rice up and say hello! We hear love grows in the produce department. #HopeForBrok," Woolworths replied.

In a reply, Brok admitted he did 'chick-en' out this time and he promised he wouldn't make a 'meal of it' next time.

"Thankyou Woolworths for your kind words and although I did #chick-en out this time. I'll be making sure not to make a #meal of it the second time around.

"My intentions are completely honourable. Hopefully I can #butter her up and #curry her favour by keeping it #fresh in the produce section. #HopeForBrok"

True to his word, every night Brok has been waiting in the produce isle for his mystery girl.

He uploaded this video of himself standing by the mushrooms last night:



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