Walmart Bingo
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+13426) 9 years ago
Print one of these for the next time you go shopping...


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Posted by Bob Netherton (+1893) 9 years ago
BINGO!!!!!!
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Posted by Schmitz - Matt (+402) 9 years ago
Wow! Last week in the Bozeman Wal-Mart buying some groceries, I think I saw them all except for the eye patch, and didn't see any puke or blood, but pretty sure I smelled some puke. Not positive it was puke, but for obvious reasons, I did not investigate any further. That is some pretty good "profiling" right there.
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Posted by Jeff Newby (+151) 9 years ago
Oh Crap that sounds like every trip I make to the Walmart here in Cheyenne!
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Posted by GVC (+515) 9 years ago
Love it! Just like the A--hole bingo we used to play in law school.

Reminds me why I never go to Walmart.


gvc's wife

[This message has been edited by GVC (edited 11/20/2008).]
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Posted by Kyle L. Varnell (+3745) 9 years ago
It's not as bad a K-Mart though but Wal*Mart's still pretty hillbilly-ish. I always feel like my IQ drops at least 70 points when I step into Sam Walton's monster.
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3712) 9 years ago
We're feeling a bit smug today I see...
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Posted by Frank Hardy (+1405) 9 years ago
I'll say! I just lifted up my eye patch, placed my mark on that space, and with the others in this thread alone made an easy bingo.



"BINGO PLAYERS!! Take a peek, and mark your space(s)!!

Cheers!
FH

..rats. I just took the center space, too!

...uh-oh...did I remember my Right Guard?
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Posted by Dan Mowry (+1438) 9 years ago
Do we get a bonus bingo point for:

"Woman wearing pajama bottoms?"
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Posted by J. Dyba (+1350) 9 years ago
That is why you should all shop at Target...


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Posted by Chad (+1760) 9 years ago
And if you're in Spearfish, South Dakota the roof can cave in on your head- TWICE!

http://www.rapidcityjour...23392.txt
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Posted by MRH (+1235) 9 years ago
Hi Chad,

Is 100% the correct number to be using in this description?
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Posted by TK (+1623) 9 years ago
I don't mind Target--I just don't like the lights---I'm in there not even 5 minutes and I'm getting a headache--seriously, I think it's the lighting. I've been in both Targets in Billings, and it's that way. When I was in St Paul, I went to a Target there, and same story.
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Posted by Chad (+1760) 9 years ago
Hmm.....tell us about your childhood.
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Any reason for your fear of large red spheres and bulls-eyes?
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Were you ever scolded publicly in a department store?
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+13426) 9 years ago
"And if you're in Spearfish, South Dakota the roof can cave in on your head- TWICE!"

50 inches of snow all at one time tends to do that kind of thing to roofs.
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Posted by Sarah Peterson (+375) 9 years ago
*hangs head* I've bought diapers and beer at the same time at Walmart.
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Posted by Chuck Schott (+1285) 9 years ago
Don't worry Sarah you are allowed to be one or more of your own squares, should have been wearing curlers at the time.
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Posted by V (+169) 9 years ago
What other options do we really have? I know that there are other stores here but think about it..
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Posted by Frank Hardy (+1405) 9 years ago
Be happy with what we are. "We are the wretched refuse."

http://www.youtube.com/wa...CHTzumpk4Q

We are Miles City mutants.

Cheers!
FH
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Posted by Brian (+361) 9 years ago
Although I am not exactly a fan of Wal-Mart's brutal, plutocratic tactics, it sure was nice to be able to buy Pepto-bismol at 3 in the morning if necessary.

On the upside, not having Wal-mart here in Glasgow IS saving me a lot of money. When new games come out, and we don't see them here for about a week or 2, the "need" for the game dies down a bit. Pretty soon I realize, "meh....I can wait a year or two when the game is $20." With the money I've saved, I already have enough for my plain ticket to Hartford...now I gotta' save up enough to get back....maybe.

I guess the whole idea of "Our ability to choose hinders the path to enlightenment" holds some merit.
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Posted by Chuck Schott (+1285) 9 years ago
Last time I was in Walmart I could have "blacked" out the card in the first ten minutes. I was riding that cool little scooter with my oxygen mask and eye patch on having just picked out a new kitten in the lot but never the less....
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+10118) one year ago
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+1565) one year ago
I contributed to the dark eye circles.
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Posted by PeneF (+109) one year ago
BINGO!!! I have seen ALL of these, and then some, How about those moms wearing really nice clothes and high heels while their child or children are dressed like rag dolls, or no clothes and just a diaper and maybe T-shirt, While shopping for food with their EBT card!!! Or better yet children over the age of 18 months to 2 years old still sucking on a pacifier and can't talk and throwing a huge fit in the store, While the other kids are running a muck, and destroying EVERY thing in the store and running into others, while the mom/dad or both are talking to friends and ignoring the kids!!I too would much rather shop at Target K-Mart and or Shop-Ko, JUST SAYING!!
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6119) one year ago
Yes, I think it's illegal for children to run mucks. They have to be at least 16.
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Posted by Dave Roberts (+1102) one year ago
Never run a muck
You might get hit by a truck
Is this still Haiku?

Many words would fit
Larry"s filter would mangle
I'm quite sure of it

[Edited by Dave Roberts (1/25/2016 9:56:11 PM)]
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Posted by PeneF (+109) 26 days ago
Reply to PeneF (#364607)
PeneF wrote:
BINGO!!!YES I have seen ALL of these, and then some, Just saying!

REPLY HERE
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