While Walmart is primarily a place where people shop, it seems like people use this superstore for many other purposes. Some use it as a place to hang out with friends. Some use it to commit petty crimes. Some use it as a way to exercise (big it’s huge). But we don’t think we’ve ever seen someone use a counter in Walmart as a place to sit, until now.
Not only is that guy having a well-earned rest after walking around the store for a few hours, but he also seems to be doing some self-maintenance, specifically on his foot. If this isn’t a recipe for a health and safety lawsuit, we don’t know what is.
Guardians of the Walmart Galaxy
Our only explanation for this one is that the raccoon must be the guy's emotional support pet. We don't know that many people though that have raccoons as pets. So we're a little skeptical about this one. The way we look at this photo is as follows. It's like one of those "What If" episodes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
What if Peter Quill decided to move back to Earth after all of his adventures? And, what if he found a way to make Rocket a normal raccoon again and started taking him wherever he went? Yeah, this sounds totally plausible.
This kid had enough and he's decided to rebel by using his head as a wedge to keep his grandma's shopping cart from moving! Kids hate going grocery shopping, as clearly seen in this photo. And who can blame them? As a kid, you just want the fridge to be stocked at all times, you couldn't care less how it got there.
But this grandma decided to go against all odds and take her grandson to Walmart, and honestly, kudos to this kid for coming up with such a 'creative' solution to his unbearable boredom. We sincerely don't have any problem with this photo.
Filled to the Brim
It's not entirely clear how this car got into such a terrible state. All we know is that it was spotted in a parking lot in Walmart. But we have no idea whether the copious amount of items inside the vehicle were recently bought from Walmart, or if the car was already a huge mess. Whatever the case may be, they definitely don't have enough room to store everything.
Hence why the trunk door is wide open. This guy needs to drive slowly all the way home, just to make sure that nothing falls out. The question is, does he even have room to put his feet on the peddles and steer the car? Or to even sit?
Some messages on hoodies just capture the essence of the person wearing them. And in Walmart, you a bound to learn a lot about the clientele simply based on what it says on their apparel. This guy simply couldn't help himself. Sure a white hoodie is nothing to write home about.
But the message on the back of it...sure, it rhymes. But it is so crude that we need to censor the final word. We'll let you use your imagination to figure out what it says. Just don't start reading it out loud if you see him on the streets.