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Aren’t You Glad You Weren’t Quoted for this Article?

Posted by on October 9, 2006

Making Her Family Proud

4 Responses to Aren’t You Glad You Weren’t Quoted for this Article?

  1. cindy

    oh my. considering the number of people i’ve seen in walmart in bedroom slippers…

  2. Gunter

    what’s wrong with wearing bedroom slippers to walmart? :) hee hee

  3. Kelly

    Don’t act like this woman is not related to you! :)

  4. Blair

    We all have our addictions. My mother’s is Wal-Mart. She makes at least one trip daily. The concept of forethought and shopping for two weeks, a week, or even days at a time is totally foreign to her. The bizarre thing is that her pantry and refrigerators (yes plural) are all overflowing, but she seems to have 90% of the ingrdients necessary to make ANYTHING. Thus, the multiple trips to Wal-Mart.

    But even she doesn’t “get dressed up” to go there. Of course, the article really made me wonder what this woman would wear to the Dollar Palace that just isn’t dressy enough for Wal-Mart.

    I think I will go up to the Dollar General and do some research. :)

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