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Old 09-21-2012, 02:15 PM
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The WalMart Game

Saw this on another website and thought it could be fun to see what we could come up with

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The Walmart Game

You can only buy 3 items. What do you buy to freak the cashier out the most? (No lube or condoms)
Some of the answers from the other site:

A bottle of VIP Gin, a huge cucumber, and a tube of Preparation H.
Pregnancy test, coat hangers, drano.
Sponge-bob DVD, Cattle Prod and chocolate.
Toothpaste, toothbrush, floss. Because that'd be a first for a WalMart customer.

Have at it....
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Old 09-21-2012, 03:21 PM
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Not Walmart but a true story. A few weeks ago I ran to Pathmark to get ice cream (got ice cream craving in the middle of the night. ) before their closing time of 1am.

Saw that pretty woman shopping and gave her a smile, which she returned, and I walked on... Okie dokie.

Then I came to pay at the only open cashier and she was there paying. I said "Hi" and she gave me a big smile back... She had .... (here are your 3 times... LOL )

A bottle of Avian water, toothpaste, Listerine. Maybe also a tooth brush or another items but I can't remember now). I looked at her items and said something like "Looks like you're planning to brush your teeth with Avian. Very fancy". She probably got surprised at my observation and after a few seconds of no response she nodded and smiled again.

Then she walked to pack her things in the plastic bag as I payed and she kept sending smiles.. But that started to look a little too many smiles and she kinda slowed down as if to wait for me. So I put my attention on the cashier and delayed myself.

Out in the parking lot she climbed into her late model black SUV. I went to my car and watched to see what's up with her. She started brushing and washing her mouth, bending over the center console and expelling out into what looked like an empty cup..

I just "knew" she gave a BJ to somebody, and probably wanted to erase the evidence. From all the smiles she was sending my way looks like she was ready for another one. Glad my intuition kicked in when she started smiling "a little too much".

She was good looking though and not in a trashy way. Maybe an "8".
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Old 09-21-2012, 08:02 PM
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She was good looking though and not in a trashy way. Maybe an "8".
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Old 09-21-2012, 08:27 PM
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Old 09-21-2012, 08:40 PM
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If she was an "8" at the fluorescent lights of a supermarket, I think she'll do well at daylight.
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Old 09-21-2012, 10:00 PM
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Not Walmart but a true story. A few weeks ago I ran to Pathmark to get ice cream (got ice cream craving in the middle of the night. ) before their closing time of 1am.

Saw that pretty woman shopping and gave her a smile, which she returned, and I walked on... Okie dokie.

Then I came to pay at the only open cashier and she was there paying. I said "Hi" and she gave me a big smile back... She had .... (here are your 3 times... LOL )

A bottle of Avian water, toothpaste, Listerine. Maybe also a tooth brush or another items but I can't remember now). I looked at her items and said something like "Looks like you're planning to brush your teeth with Avian. Very fancy". She probably got surprised at my observation and after a few seconds of no response she nodded and smiled again.

Then she walked to pack her things in the plastic bag as I payed and she kept sending smiles.. But that started to look a little too many smiles and she kinda slowed down as if to wait for me. So I put my attention on the cashier and delayed myself.

Out in the parking lot she climbed into her late model black SUV. I went to my car and watched to see what's up with her. She started brushing and washing her mouth, bending over the center console and expelling out into what looked like an empty cup..

I just "knew" she gave a BJ to somebody, and probably wanted to erase the evidence. From all the smiles she was sending my way looks like she was ready for another one. Glad my intuition kicked in when she started smiling "a little too much".

She was good looking though and not in a trashy way. Maybe an "8".
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Not Walmart but a true story. A few weeks ago I ran to Pathmark to get ice cream (got ice cream craving in the middle of the night. ) before their closing time of 1am.

Saw that pretty woman shopping and gave her a smile, which she returned, and I walked on... Okie dokie.

Then I came to pay at the only open cashier and she was there paying. I said "Hi" and she gave me a big smile back... She had .... (here are your 3 times... LOL )

A bottle of Avian water, toothpaste, Listerine. Maybe also a tooth brush or another items but I can't remember now). I looked at her items and said something like "Looks like you're planning to brush your teeth with Avian. Very fancy". She probably got surprised at my observation and after a few seconds of no response she nodded and smiled again.

Then she walked to pack her things in the plastic bag as I payed and she kept sending smiles.. But that started to look a little too many smiles and she kinda slowed down as if to wait for me. So I put my attention on the cashier and delayed myself.

Out in the parking lot she climbed into her late model black SUV. I went to my car and watched to see what's up with her. She started brushing and washing her mouth, bending over the center console and expelling out into what looked like an empty cup..

I just "knew" she gave a BJ to somebody, and probably wanted to erase the evidence. From all the smiles she was sending my way looks like she was ready for another one. Glad my intuition kicked in when she started smiling "a little too much".

She was good looking though and not in a trashy way. Maybe an "8".
And you didn't get any? You were too cheap to pay?
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Old 09-22-2012, 10:47 AM
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Avian water?







"of or relating to birds".

What can I say? Shows you how much time I spend at the bottled water isles... (not). I don't buy water here in NYC. We have good tasting water and I have that under sink 10" activated charcoal water filter. Beats Evian any day. The only thing I buy sometimes is San Pellegrino, but that's sparkling.
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What can I say? Shows you how much time I spend at the bottled water isles... (not).
(piling on)That's uhhh... "aisles"...

And my three items to freak out the cashier?

Hand lotion, binoculars, jumbo candy canes.
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Old 09-22-2012, 11:53 AM
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(piling on)That's uhhh... "aisles"...

And my three items to freak out the cashier?

Hand lotion, binoculars, jumbo candy canes.


But jumbo candy canes...?? I am afraid to ask.
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Somebody needs to send me the memo WRT jumbo candy canes.
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I guess, if she looks at you strangely you just tell her that you already have jumbo candy canes at home.
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"of or relating to birds".

What can I say? Shows you how much time I spend at the bottled water isles... (not). I don't buy water here in NYC. We have good tasting water and I have that under sink 10" activated charcoal water filter. Beats Evian any day. The only thing I buy sometimes is San Pellegrino, but that's sparkling.
Pellegrino is good but Poland spring waters ain't bad neither.

Try to stay away from Avian water. It's not canary yellow for nuttin.
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Saw this at Walmart yesterday, and it's freakish. It wouldn't take 3 different items to be stared at by cashier...
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Saw this at Walmart yesterday, and it's freakish. It wouldn't take 3 different items to be stared at by cashier...
They have interesting infomercials.. But I wouldn't pay THAT much for a pillow.

But since we are already here...

MyPillow
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