Whenever Halloween comes around, Walmart is ready to make everyone’s shopping experiences spooky and in line with the spirit of the festival. There are Jack-o-lanterns everywhere, Halloween decorations up the wazoo, and plenty of candy to stock up on for the trick-or-treats. And even the staff get in on the act.
Of course, they have no choice in the matter. So their enthusiasm (or lack of it) might not always match the extravagance of their costumes. These two store managers can be seen having some small talk while wearing their respective masks, a tiger and a panda. We have a feeling they have done this for a few years already…
Clashing but Also Stylish
If you have to go to Walmart, it's usually because you need to pick up the basics. You're grabbing some milk, some burger buns, and some graham crackers. You aren't going there because you have a free night and you want to have fun. It's really not the kind of place where fun happens.
You might save a buck or two, but you won't enjoy doing it. This guy, for instance, wanted to stay bundled up while stocking up on Special K, and he grabbed his finest plaid in order to do it. He's not even close to the worst-dressed we've seen at a Walmart.
So That's Where They Get It
There are some things that you can only find in Walmart, including this. Whatever this is. A couple of sisters step inside the Walmart dressed as a cow and...we don't even know what the one on the right is supposed to be. A poop emoji, maybe? We know cows like to fertilize the soil a lot, but this is ridiculous!
They get caught – or they stage a photo, and they start yanking on udders. Girls, you know that isn't proper behavior in public. Still, at least these two seem to realize that they're being silly, and that they've done this on purpose.
Who's the Quack?
What are you supposed to do when you can't find a babysitter for your pet duck? You take him with you to Walmart, obviously. That duck seems incredibly concerned with that woman's choice of cheese. We can just hear him saying, "I told you I don't like that brand, lady."
Walmart has become increasingly better at catering to the widest audience of customers imaginable. So much so, that they are even reaching out now to members of the aviary community. That's right - even ducks like to shop at this superstore from time to time. Not too sure why he needs to be on a leash though - seems pretty chill to us.
It's perfectly normal to see many shoppers in Walmart walking around the store with a kid (or two) enjoying a joyride in the shopping cart. After all, they can normally fit quite easily in there, so why not? Of course, the more items you add to the cart, the more urgent it is to take the child out of it.
But in this photo, it appears that the mother might have forgotten that her daughter was still sitting in there, even after filling it to the brim with her groceries. We're not sure if the girl is laughing at how ridiculous this is, or if she is desperately trying to get some air as the bags crush her tiny lungs. We really hope it's the former.