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multiple23-Mar-2013productsJessicaWoman99 by votes33151.6%


Do you like to shop at Wal Mart?


posted 23-Mar-2013 3:03pm  
Yes how I just love to shop at Wally World when I get up there in April fun place to shop
posted 23-Mar-2013 5:57pm  
Have never shopped there and you probably could never get me to do so either. It doesn't sound like my kind of store at all, even if there was one near me, which there isn't. I don't like big box stores, large parking lots, malls, or other suburban-sounding places like this.
posted 23-Mar-2013 8:02pm  
No, but only because I don't really like to shop that much anywhere. Not because I have anything against Walmart.
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posted 23-Mar-2013 9:24pm  
posted 24-Mar-2013 12:28am  
I cannot say I like to go to Walmart, but I shop at Walmart every now and again and sometimes I end up enjoying it.
posted 24-Mar-2013 1:04am  
I rarely shop at Wal Mart.
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posted 24-Mar-2013 11:20am  
I don't shop there, mainly because there's not one anywhere near me. But even if there were, I would not shop there because I do not support their business practices. If I am going to shop at a big-box store, I will shop at Target. But I'd rather shop at smaller stores.
posted 24-Mar-2013 6:56pm  
As far as I know no Wal Mart store exists in the UK, but I'm sure I would.
posted 25-Mar-2013 4:50am  
I despise Wal-mart. Maybe not so much the store but the type of clientele it attracts, at least the one in my area.
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posted 25-Mar-2013 6:00am  
posted 25-Mar-2013 8:56am  
We dont have them here in the UK
posted 25-Mar-2013 12:47pm  
For food, yes. For durable goods, no. The durable goods there are not durable enough.
posted 26-Mar-2013 9:24am  
Yep!!! .....I do not live in the US, so going to Walmart is akin to a how a child feels on Christmas morning..............
posted 26-Mar-2013 12:22pm  
I don't "like" shopping anywhere. I do like that there is a super Walmart 2 minutes away from home now. Before that there was basically nowhere in town to buy certain things. It's very handy and the grocery prices are cheaper than the supermarket in town. I'm in there once a week at least.
posted 28-Mar-2013 8:10pm  
I don't shop at WalMart...ever.
posted 31-Mar-2013 1:28pm  
That is something I tend to avoid.
posted 3-Apr-2013 9:43pm  
No, I loathe it as much as I loathe shopping at a Dollar General.
(reply to Lysannus) posted 3-Apr-2013 9:46pm  
It's a freak show. Even the parking lot manages to raise my blood pressure because those people...march right out of the store and proceed how ever they darn well please because they own that space. Walmart has given power to people who act like they've never had it before. And they are proud of it. You WILL stop your car as I sache' my arrogant butt to my car. lol
(reply to cloudhugger) posted 3-Apr-2013 11:39pm  
Man, I'm so glad the one I shop at is in a decent area. There's a noticeable difference between the 2 walmarts here. I just remembered a picture I took of someone taking up 4 parking spots with her car.
(reply to cloudhugger) posted 4-Apr-2013 4:41am  
Kind of like the way these bozos shop. They go down the isle, push their cart to the left and are looking at something on the right, thus blocking the whole isle. Needless to say if I am there and that happens I give the cart a good kick out of my way. Get some glares and an occasional remark which gets the reply if I am in a particular jaunty mood, "Don't worry my foot is ok, just don't leave things in the aisle for people to trip over." and walk on. Needless to say I stay out of that cesspool of couch potato welfare dregs as much as possible.
(reply to Lysannus) posted 4-Apr-2013 1:14pm  
*shcok* lol
Yes, they have a feeling of entitlement. It's like the entire world is against them, yet Walmart treats them like they are special human beings. The whole point being...why do 'these people' put themselves in such a separate class? Mind games, and that is what Walmart is good at. This is the kind of people that flock there. Being outside looking in, it's like family day at the carnival.
Walmart has them believing that it's sole purpose in life is to be sure that these people are trained into thinking they cannot have a full happy life without Walmart. I do shop there on a few occasions. I don't think I have ever left that store satisfied or if I have ever left not pissed or annoyed, just glad to get out of there and that includes the parking lot. Their products are substandard, less than average, and a serious lack of choices. Their perverted sense of love and gratitude has these dependents addicted to the illusions they offer.
I wish no ill feelings on people who shop there. I am looking at the big picture and I have been to at least a few dozen Walmarts across several states. When I travel, I don't want to 'shop', I need to find a store that has what I need and sometimes Walmart will fill that bill. It is my last choice, but it is an option, weak at most. At least the shopping experience gives me a story to tell sometimes. smiley:::wink
(reply to LindaH) posted 4-Apr-2013 1:15pm  
There are a few stores that aren't so bad. I've been in so many, most of them are so much the same. Like Jerry Springer cut the tape at the grand opening.
(reply to Dino) posted 9-Apr-2013 12:57pm  
And I thought they did have Wal Marts in the UK? I know that there are Mc Donalds and Taco Bell in the UK at least I think they do
(reply to JessicaWoman99) posted 10-Apr-2013 4:07am  
No Wal Mart. No Taco Bell. We do have McDonalds though. And Starbucks. Almost on every street corner.
(reply to Dino) posted 12-Apr-2013 4:42pm  
Wow Starbucks and McDonalds I am not surprised at that and I was watching on television today Hawaii Life life in Hawaii and I got to wondering what their drinking water must be like and whether or not they have a Wal Mart or a Target store and I noticed snow on top of the higher mountains

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