In the vast retail landscape of America, there’s a place where the norms of fashion and etiquette take a back seat, and that place is Walmart. It’s been a source of fascination for many, a treasure trove of bizarre sightings that never cease to amaze. In this article, we delve into the fascinating realm of Walmart shoppers, where the unique and the unexpected are everyday occurrences.
The Origins of People of Walmart
Created in 2009 by astute observers, the People of Walmart blog was born out of a trip to a South Carolina Walmart. The catalyst for this blog was a woman whose attire left little to the imagination, accompanied by a two-year-old. Since then, this blog has been a consistent source of the weirdest and wackiest sights that Walmart has to offer.
“No bag, thank you. I’ll wear it now”
See if you can find it…
At last, a spoon large enough for the cereal I eat.
They found love in a hopeless place.
They always say never hit the grocery store on an empty stomach.
Share with the world your top two favorite things.
Back in the early days of COVID, masks were in short supply, leading some Walmart shoppers to get creative.
I wonder if he’s even aware that he’s potentially spreading the virus to others?
Consider this: What if Slenderman wasn’t slim at all?
These emotional support animals are really pushing the boundaries.
Ahoy there, neckbeard! Let’s hope he’s here to snag some discounted razors.
Well, the sign does technically say ‘wear a mask,’ so you’re not entirely incorrect.
You know, there’s a fine line between self-care and simply throwing in the towel, and she’s definitely treading that line pretty closely.
It seems you’re a bit taken aback to find yourself on this list. Or do you always have that surprised look?
How about this: What if your emotional support companion is another person? Here’s a potential solution.
Are you feeling happy? Check. Protected from a deadly virus? Not so much.
Walmart sells “duck crossing” signs for this exact situation.
Wet hair, don’t care.
Why not tie the knot at the location that holds the dearest place in your heart?
The one that got away.
“No bag, thank you. I’ll wear it now.”
This individual seems more suited for Hot Topic than Walmart.
Do you think we should call someone about this?
Regrettably, that’s the monkey from the movie Outbreak (1995)
Who needs to purchase a hammock when these carts are available for free?
In space, no one can hear you get COVID.
Social distancing hack!
Uhh, is that cat ok?
“Ma’am, this might not be Petsmart, but we’ll make an exception!”
My mom always advised me to wear clean underwear just in case something like this happened.
It’s a party in the back, and there’s nothing going on in the front.
If you have to ask, you can’t afford it.
Another accidental Renaissance painting.
A man who’s clearly not supposed to be within 500 feet of a child seems to be celebrating every holiday at once.
Hey, dude, we’re well aware it was you.
Just another day, another bearded dragon making itself at home on someone’s head in the store.
Sleep, my child.
This is the only reason to have kids: to get some assistance with running errands.
Plunging into the darkest depths of human existence.
Always remember, socks and sandals should never be paired!
This is the American take on serving sushi on a nude model.
At first glance, I thought this was another pet. Turns out, it’s just a whole lot of hair.
Walmart is like the multi-headed Hydra of chain stores, so it’s disheartening to witness this.
They’ve got everything under the sun at this store!
She deserves a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the most unusual thing I’ve ever witnessed at Walmart.
America… Heck yeah! This guy totally understands.
Just when you believed the most embarrassing moment was toilet paper stuck to you…
This kid’s summer gig was working as a human brake on a shopping cart. Quite a unique choice.
Come on, hop on the train… hey, ride it!
Still thirsty for more? Alright, you got it…