I can’t think of anything more miserable than trying to get into a Wal Mart on the Thursday or Friday of Thanksgiving.
But hundreds of thousands of people do this.
Last night Wal Mart’s were so crowded they started letting one person in as one person left.
Yes, Club Wal Mart.
If you’ve ever found yourself standing in line for Wal Mart reconsider your life.
You saved $100 on a TV.
You spent $200 on bail.
Question whether Puerto Rico should be the 51st state?
You won’t after you see people storming the barricades of Wal Mart.
Somewhere the ghost of Roberto Clemente is crying.
You know the Diet Mountain Dew aisle is empty.
I mean, who doesn’t want to fight over TVs?
Reader Matt writes:
“What do you think we should do about these crazy shoppers? My own solution is a Hunger-Game type of event where the two most rowdiest and crazed customers from each state’s Walmart are thrown into a huge Walmart and have to compete, to the death, for some meaningless trinket. They can use anything in the Super Super Walmart to achieve this goal. The victor gets to go home alive and gets said meaningless trinket and we all get to watch on TV. I even have a name for it, “Survival “. Do you think this would work? Would you watch?”
Yes, god, yes I would watch.
This one dude was like, screw, ya’ll, I ain’t getting in fights at Wal Mart. So he went to Target. And got tazed there.