There are plenty of fabulous spots in the world to propose to someone. It could be in front of the Eiffel Tower, on a tropical beach, or in the countryside. There are so many locations that people would consider to be a romantic place to confirm an engagement. One location that is extremely low down the list has to be Walmart.
We’ve heard that some people get married at The Mall of America, but to propose to a loved one in Walmart? That’s a new one for us. And yet, this guy did just that. He bought a candy ring, got down on one knee, and asked for his girlfriend’s hand in marriage…in the garden section, of all places!
Steer Clear of the Video Game Aisle
Because shopping at Walmart isn't weird enough, this guy just decided to spice things up and dress up as Slender Man to go get his new video game. For those of you who still don't know, Slender Man is a fictional, supernatural character that was created as a creepypasta internet meme.
And this guy just took it way too seriously. Seriously, buddy, the entertainment section is one of the best parts about going to Walmart, don't block the entire video game aisle by just standing there freaking us out! How do you even ask someone like this to get out of your way?
Be Yourself, Even at Walmart
We don't know if this grandpa mistakenly went through his wife's closet and was so distracted he just wore one of her dresses and went out. Or, most likely, this is how this man chooses to dress, and it's important he feels comfortable, even for a small trip to Walmart! And we fully support it!
The hilarious thing about this pic is the guy wearing a cap. We can't figure out why he's in such shock. Because somebody actually snapped a picture of this old man? Or because of his utter surprise at seeing an older man in a dress at Walmart?
A Kodak Moment?
If you are old enough to remember, then you probably recall using Polaroid and disposable cameras, especially from Kodak, to take photos of yourself and loved ones. This led to the phenomenon that whenever there was a great opportunity to take a photo, it would be called a Kodak moment.
Of course, people have since transitioned to using smartphones to take photos, and as a result, we now mainly refer to it as an Instagram moment. And then here is a mom and daughter, getting some photos processed at a Kodak station in Walmart. We have to ask though, what happened to the girl's left leg? It seems to have just disappeared into thin air.
In most Walmarts, there is only a limited number of handy carts, which are usually reserved for those who need them the most. Of course, we are referring to those who are disabled or have some kind of impairment for which they require assistance. This person noticed something strange though.
He saw a family of five, seemingly able-bodied people (a husband, wife, and three kids), all riding handy carts around the store. Apparently, two of the three kids had already driven away like a pair of maniacs. Who let this happen? And were they even able to get away with it?