Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by SPST, Nov 8, 2018.
And this one was in the produce section too!
Translator please: Does anyone speak Jive @0:50?
She's no better than tech help from "Chad" in India.
Well, I will admit the hair grab and swing while she mopped the floor with her was pretty impressive. Damn I am glad I live in the middle of no where and do my shopping at small local shops!
Dude in the white shirt went down twice. I think the maneuver on the woman in the yellow is called "walk the dog."
I could see that happening here at the East Burlington Walmart. There was once a report of two separate knife fights in the parking lot there. I've never seen any trouble in the Positively Charming Mebane location, though.
Help break it up?? Yo Mama, how about I de-ass the area and mind my own business.... I ain't your savior....
Here in Chapel Hill the only “fights” are me trying to find a person with a key to the ammo cabinet.
The struggle is real, y’all.
Same characters, same old stuff.
No charges?? Walmart has a great recognition system an I guarantee they know every single person that walks in their store.
when I see *strawberry beefcake* open up and start mopping the floor with that chick , am I the only one thinking she be yelling " I told you to stay in the car " at her kid...… lol
Stop feeding the masses and let them pay for their own procreation.
How do they have this much energy after a hard day off work? I must be doing this work thing wrong..
In the future I'll be on the lookout for black women in clown wigs.
Anchor on TV: Find someone on scene to interview!
News guy on scene: Give me a second to find the dumbest person I can.
I guess I better find another place to buy my Butter Ball.
Fightin' over the Last bag of tater tots?
This is nothing compared to what I witnessed as a kid in the bargain basements of
Gimbal's, Macy's and A&S in Brooklyn, NY circa 1965. Amusing to watch grown women
fighting over a dress or bra that was nowhere near the size the needed.
Classy; real classy.
I love it!!!!
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