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    September 6th, 2009

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    I think he has a onesie on…like a gangster leotard.
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    WTF? That is just indecent and I need to visit this place

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    It's official, I agree I think people are starting to be aware of the website and wearing outrageous stuff to get their pics on the web.

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    I feel so ripped off, we don't have any of these at my Walmart!

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    Some of these are starting to look posed for the prize money (ie the David's Dick Chick)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeChayz View Post
    I feel so ripped off, we don't have any of these at my Walmart!
    We don't even have Walmarts... I have to look out for weirdos at IKEA next time I'm there
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    I've never seen people like that in the IKEA!
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    We've had some pretty bad stuff here. Lot of really big women in short shorts with their dirty babies with extensions falling out. Bleh. A friend of mine calls them, 'Baby Girls' because of their proclivity to wear those pink walmart shorts that have 'baby girl' written across the ass.

    My favorite Walmart siting wasn't a bad thing though, just intriguing to think about.

    There was this 50-ish biker dude(Goatee braid and all) with his fifty-ish biker wife pushing three ADORABLE black triplet toddlers in a carriage, doing their shopping. The kiddos didn't look mulatto, so I don't think they were bio grandchildren, although its certainly possible, but the behavior reflected that the biker couple were probably their primary caregivers...lot of familliarity of action, etc, the way they spoke to them, corrected behavior offhandedly and spoke affectionately without the sugary quality of occasional grandparenting.

    Being in the middle of Georgia in the 'cuntry,' with all the racism still around, well, it just made me smile Each little girl was dressed in a different color with heir hair done so prettily...Biker 'mommy'(Or grandmommy?) had obviously taken a lot of care and time in all things with them. Biker Daddy (or Grandaddy) Was obviously in love with each one. So sweet.
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    Dirty babies. Yes. Drives me nuts. They'll bring in babies wearing nothing but diapers, or with food all over their shirts, and if they're old enough to walk, the bottoms of their feet will be black from dirt. Ugh. And they leave dirty diapers in the parking lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KristiB View Post
    Oh my lord. That is just wrong on so many levels.

    Quote Originally Posted by WhateverLolaWants View Post
    My favorite Walmart siting wasn't a bad thing though, just intriguing to think about.

    There was this 50-ish biker dude(Goatee braid and all) with his fifty-ish biker wife pushing three ADORABLE black triplet toddlers in a carriage, doing their shopping. The kiddos didn't look mulatto, so I don't think they were bio grandchildren, although its certainly possible, but the behavior reflected that the biker couple were probably their primary caregivers...lot of familliarity of action, etc, the way they spoke to them, corrected behavior offhandedly and spoke affectionately without the sugary quality of occasional grandparenting.

    Being in the middle of Georgia in the 'cuntry,' with all the racism still around, well, it just made me smile Each little girl was dressed in a different color with heir hair done so prettily...Biker 'mommy'(Or grandmommy?) had obviously taken a lot of care and time in all things with them. Biker Daddy (or Grandaddy) Was obviously in love with each one. So sweet.
    I love this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    Dirty babies. Yes. Drives me nuts. They'll bring in babies wearing nothing but diapers, or with food all over their shirts, and if they're old enough to walk, the bottoms of their feet will be black from dirt. Ugh. And they leave dirty diapers in the parking lot.
    Yeah...'dirt slippers' we called them when I worked retail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeChayz View Post
    I feel so ripped off, we don't have any of these at my Walmart!
    I haven't either. But than again, the Wal-Mart here is incredibly small by wally world standards (non supercentre, etc.)

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