Walmart was forced to remove the shirt from their stores after a journal advocacy group wrote a letter for the company executives. We'll take a gander and guess the store's about to lose some of their customers. You could say the message on the t-shirt itself is a bit alienating...
These people are living their absolute best lives... No one can say that they aren't shining examples of certain parts of mankind's abject failure to evolve from Neolithic times. And nothing is better than continuing to find out just how wacky Walmart can be. But clearly something is driving these people to dress like they've been on a month-long bender. Maybe these memes will be the missing link between the rest of humanity and these anomalies
This old lady was so focused on getting her cd that nothing was gonna throw her off. If you thought some yellow tape was gonna stop her, you're in for a surprise. People in retail have to deal with some of the most aggravating people on the planet, so our hats are off to anyone who can keep their composure in situations like these.
Summer's drawing to a close, and it's high time to throw the season finale BBQ where people torch a bunch of meats on shiny, overpriced grills under the hot gaze of the late summer sun, while aggressively shoving booze down their gullets like it's oxygen.
Yes, BBQ's are a place for us all to gather round as we reconnect and swap shameless glory stories of our potentially depraved antics; or reminisce on the older, wilder times before we settled down. With that said, consider the following series of items most necessary to ensure you achieve maximum lit-ness for the occasion: your guests will thank you.
Tired of just watching your favorite movies?
Well now you can wear them too, with Vans new "Toy Story" line and Nike's "Back to the Future" self-lacing do-hickies.
Vans is keeping tight-lipped about this line despite some leaked pics, so we'll have to wait a bit longer until their release date of Nov. 29th to see the rest of them, but they definitely look cute.
Right now you could win a pair of Nike Self-Lacing shoes in an online lottery that's live today. According to CNN, you can purchase lottery tix online or through the Nike+ App if you live in the U.S. or Canada, "but a pair of the shoes will be auctioned in Hong Kong (Oct. 11), London (Oct. 14 & Oct. 17) and New York City (Nov. 12)."
The lottery ends on Oct. 11 and the lucky winners will be contacted on Oct. 17.
The shoes feature an "Adaptive Fit," which "senses the wearer and tightens or loosens accordingly."
Here's Michael J. Fox wearing them back in 2015:
So sing it with me now...