When a meteor hits and messes up the entire world for an eon, you’re going to have to rearrange your schedule. As you can see, some of the animals that were part of the late Cretaceous era have only just been emerging from their homes to stock up on cheap shorts and sandals.
All jokes aside, we worry for the person inside that suit – those things are hot and uncomfortable from personal experience, and walking around a Walmart isn’t the most comfortable activity even on a normal day. So this marvelous evolution that our universe has gone through has led us to this moment.
Take a Picture Before He Disappears
Ah, the mysterious Walmart Bigfoot. Spotted rarely, and only at those times when there is less foot traffic. He doesn't come out very much at all, but you'll have the best bet finding him in the outdoors department – he seems to appreciate the smell of fertilizer.
This picture is one of the clearest that we've ever come across. He's been doing a little bit of trimming, but he's letting the facial hair grow out. Keep an eye out for this mythical creature the next time you're at a Supercenter, and you might just be able to catch a glimpse.
Too Much of Both
This seems like the kind of shirt that is automatically given to a shopper if they enter a Walmart every day of a single week. While we don't want to visit, it would be interesting to know why someone would print that on a shirt – especially since it seems to be advertising a business of some sort under the main points.
There even appears to be a website. It's too blurry for us to read, but you shouldn't visit that website. We shouldn't, and you shouldn't, and no one else should. But let's get down to brass tacks, people - this T-shirt just sounds funny.
The Beef Boss
It's times like these when you know this photo was taken in America. This immense tube of meat might seem like a lot for someone who goes grocery shopping at Walmart, but if you're getting ready for a big cookout and you need to make sure you don't run out, it's exactly what you should be looking for.
A hundred and sixty ounces is a full ten pounds of beef, even if a lot of that weight will render down during cooking. The packaging might need a little bit of an upgrade, though – not the most attractive sight to see while you're shopping.
I Really Like to Do Laundry
What would a person need with this many containers of Tide pods in their cart? Do they run a laundry service, and this is their way of trying to cut costs or save time? We're not sure. It's more likely, however, that this is just the store trying to get things off the shelves so they can display more merchandise.
Creating a fake cart with a selection of random items that customers might have missed is an old tactic from department stores like Target or Walmart – it gets people to see there might be some other fun stuff to buy.