This woman is inspecting the quality of those peppers. Her top half looks completely respectable and appropriate, but her bottom half is wild. We mean wild to the extreme.
Unfortunately, our lawyers have said we can’t show it to you, so you’ll just have to trust us. Looking at this picture, though, we can’t help but crave a bowl of peppers. Who’s with us?
Protein, Protein, Protein
It’s no wonder the woman in the pink and white striped dress stands in front of the deli section. We’re sure she needs to eat plenty of protein to maintain those biceps.
We wonder what else she picked up while at the supermarket. We want whatever she's having! Though she's probably also having about 5 CrossFit sessions a week. Talk about going to the gun show...
A Whole Foods Friend
Going to Whole Foods is not just about grocery shopping. Who knew you could meet while having your lunch at the hot food area?
This woman who was shopping there, for example, looks extremely friendly. We can definitely imagine having a post-shopping lunch with her. Maybe we found a new shopping buddy — everyone knows that grocery shopping is a lot more fun when you're doing it with a friend!
Skeleton on Aisle 5
Oh, the thought of turning a corner at the supermarket and bumping into this gives us the heebie-jeebies! This pic could be fun, or it could be the beginning of a horror movie, but it is probably just a picture of a bored teenager at Walmart.
We hope this kid knows that it is good manners to buy something after you've touched it. On the other hand, maybe the skeleton felt a bit lonely and just wanted someone to dance with. In that case, you don't need to buy it.
We Do Anything for Our Kids
This mother is our hero. We adore her. We can almost hear the conversation she had with her kid before all this happened. Boy: Mom, let's play warriors. Mom: Just sit still, and let's get this shopping thing over and done with. Boy: If you don't play warriors with me, I will throw a tantrum, cry my eye out and make sure you wished you never took me with you. Mom: Ok, son.
She knew exactly what battles to fight and which ones need to be given up on before they even start.