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Do Canadians Make Spectacles Out Of Themselves In Walmart Stores The Way That Many Americans Do?

ImpeccablyImperfect · 51-55, F
We are the epitome of class, I swear.
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
@ImpeccablyImperfect Well I was watching a Steve Wallis stealth camping video. He brought a tent that goes over the back of his SUV and set it up at the end of a Walmart parking lot about an hour before the store closed. Said they allow camper vans & recreational vehicles to park for one night only. So he got it set up and put the bed and furnishings in it and started cooking. A woman in a recreational vehicle had given him stares and he got self-conscious. He started talking and said that the workers were leaving and that he had already made a spectacle of himself setting up the tent. I just had to laugh. He doesn’t know what a spectacle is till he gets to an American Walmart and watches what goes on in the store.
goliathtree · 56-60, M
@ImpeccablyImperfect on your way to class riding the short bus? 😜
FurryFace · 61-69, M
@cherokeepatti hey i watch him too and saw that one also 👍
WillaKissing · 56-60
Yeah, they just do it in flannel clothing or red union suit long under wear leaving the back flap open, Eh! LOL
WillaKissing · 56-60
@Slade But bottomless long red union suits worn in a Walmart store is a Canadian thing. LOL
Slade · 56-60, M
@WillaKissing Even in their few warm months
WillaKissing · 56-60
@Slade Heck here in Southern Ohio close to the Ohio River where I live on my farm close to the KY and WV area that meets Ohio we have had the wildfire haze from Canada. It's all good.
nedkelly · 61-69, M
It appears Walmart attracts the ferals of society, - no class and poor social skills
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
@nedkelly Walmart is the lowest common denominator in retail
DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
Here's a interesting little tid bit about Canada's Walmart...[quote][c=000000] Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, it was founded on March 17, 1994, with the purchase of the Woolco Canada chain from the [u]F. W. Woolworth Company[/u]. [/c][/quote]

I remember Woolworths here very well. Such a shame. 😞
DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
@Slade apparently Walmart is taking them over in Australia. Still a few open from my understanding. Yet to my knowledge all Woolworths are a thing of the past in the USA.

As a kid my father took me to one. Shopped then had lunch in the little restaurant right inside of Woolworths on the counter with swivel seats.
Slade · 56-60, M
@DeWayfarer we had one up the street. I have an older friend who was sitting at the counter drinking that nasty orangeaid when news of Kennedy came in. He was 6 I think
DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
@Slade I was at with my father, likely at a different restaurant. Was 5 myself.
TexChik · F
Hosers? Nah , surely not.
I need to.see this
Jeephikelove · 46-50, F
Not usually but there are a few.
Ambroseguy80 · 51-55, M
No…. They make testicles out of them. 😫
Quimliqer · 70-79, M
Not that I’ve encountered!!

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