So, here’s a story related to the Christmas tree. We didn’t have any lights left for the tree, so Chris decided to take a trip last night instead of lugging everyone to Wal-Mart today.
As he was leaving, the lady at the door asked for his receipt. It drives both of us nuts that they check your receipt, and even more that they don’t do it consistently. They seem to check people at random. (I’ve gotten to the parking lot, and realized that I had a case of water, that I’d forgotten to pay for, under my cart, and my receipt was not checked although they were standing there. My receipt has also been checked a million times when there was nothing unbagged in my cart and everything was paid for. Seriously, apply it evenly if you’re going to do it.) So, as the woman was checking his receipt Chris mentioned that she hadn’t checked the woman who was right in front of him.
Are you ready for some really holiday cheer, courtesy of Wal-Mart?
The woman replied, “Merry Christmas. I hope you get a better attitude this year.”
There is definitely a reason we avoid going there are much as we possibly can.