One thing you have probably noticed about Walmart – a lot of people shop there. Duh. However, rising rates of obesity have prompted many stores to start selling bigger and bigger clothing – even to the point where two people could fit inside a cable-knit sweater comfortably.
They do stretch a little bit, but still, two whole, full sized people. Walmart wants to offer something for everybody, and the swelling population means that sizes have to expand to keep up. Or, maybe Walmart now offers clothing that is actually built for two people. There are weirder things in life, that’s for sure.
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.
Not Right for the Melons
There are a lot of things to purchase in a Walmart – everything from snazzy swimsuits to fresh limes, just like the picture shows. Sometimes, however, those two things don't go together. We don't know why this bra has made its new home next to the fresh produce, but there are plenty of possibilities.
Maybe a kid sitting in the cart threw it out just because he could, and his mom didn't notice. Maybe the woman who had picked it up realized it was never going to happen, and she didn't have the energy to bring it all the way back to the swimwear section.
Mom, It Happened Again
No wonder this picture was taken in the diaper aisle – it looks like this kid has a big need for them and lots of them. Even for the cleanest kids, a little bit of spillage will occur from time to time, but this is ridiculous. How much is this kid eating? From the evidence, it's clear: too much.
Of course, a pillow of that size is going to be a comfortable place to park it for some time, at least until middle school. Depending on how big this kid gets, maybe even longer. In the meantime, maybe some fiber would help.
Hey, You Aren't a Sock
While you're shopping – anywhere, not just at Walmart – keep an eye out for things that have made their way to different departments. An ice cream cone in a pair of foam slip-ons is the perfect example. Why would somebody find it necessary to stash this kind of edible in the shoe department?
A lot of times, this happens when someone gets to the cash register and realizes they don't want something, which is why you find things like a bag of shredded cheese inside a cooler that is full of soft drinks in the impulse buy section. True story.